Robert Hagan has resigned from his post as director of instruction and technology for the East Hampton School District. He had been with East Hampton for more than seven years and is leaving to accept an assistant superintendent position closer to home.
During a Sept. 1 school board meeting, Mr. Hagan thanked the school board and district administration for creating a supportive learning environment. "I wish you all the best, and I'm never far if anyone ever needs anything. This place is really a special area that is close to my heart."
Richard Burns, the district superintendent, said Tuesday that "at this time he is not being replaced." Instead, Mr. Burns said, Mr. Hagan's responsibilities will be split between Adam Fine, the new assistant superintendent, and Tim Fromm, an assistant administrator who focuses on Covid-19 logistics.