South San superintendent resigns after year on job; no reason given

South San superintendent resigns after year on job; no reason given

Credit: South San ISD website

South San superintendent resigns after year on job; no reason given

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by KENS 5 staff

kens5.com

Posted on July 18, 2013 at 11:31 AM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 30 at 5:36 AM

SAN ANTONIO -- South San Antonio ISD Superindentent Rebecca Robinson has resigned her post in a letter to the Board of Trustees. 

In the letter, Robinson didn't appear to reveal a reason for stepping down.

  • More details Click here to read the resignation letter

Robinson was named Superintendent in June 2012 according to the district's website.

Ramiro Nava, the district's Director of Curriculum and Instruction has been named the interim Superintendent.  Nava is a former principal.

In a closed session, South San's Board of Trustees will conduct a special meeting on July 22 at 6 p.m.  to discuss Robinson's departure according to a district news release.

Robinson's resignation comes on the heels of several other changes in district leadership.  Back in May, four top South San administrators also submitted their resignations. 

This marks the third superintendent for the district in three years. When Robinson's successor is named, it will be the fourth.

The district will not have to pay Robinson for the remainder of her contract because she stepped down.

This is a developing story -- refresh this page for further updates.

 

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