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Springs Administrator Resigns

Thu, 07/22/2021 - 08:00
Keri DeLalio, left, has resigned her administrative position in the Springs School District.
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Keri DeLalio has resigned from her position as director of human resources and special education in the Springs School District. She was originally appointed in 2014 after several years teaching at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton. Her last day in Springs will be Aug. 31. The school board accepted her resignation on July 13 and agreed to pay her for 20 unused vacation days.

"I wish Keri and her family the best in their new endeavors," Debra Winter, the district superintendent, said by email Tuesday. "It was a pleasure to work with her for the last four years. She was hard-working and dedicated."

Ms. Winter said the school board will discuss finding Ms. DeLalio's successor at a workshop on Aug. 9, with an interim appointment a possibility. "The board of education is still considering all their options," she said. "There are not many individuals qualified for the position of director of special education."


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