EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a developing story. More information will be added as it becomes available.
HOWARD – After nearly 11 years at East Knox Local Schools, superintendent Steve Larcomb resigned Wednesday.
Larcomb sent a resignation letter to board members on Wednesday, stating retirement purposes.
“Please accept this as my resignation for retirement purposes effective immediately,” Larcomb wrote. “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve our students, staff and this community.
“The body of work speaks for itself. It will be up to others to judge its efficacy.”
When asked for a comment by Knox Pages on Thursday night, Larcomb sent an email stating, “I cannot adequately express my deepest appreciation for my time at East Knox.
“The staff, students, school board and an incredible number of community members will forever be in my heart.”
Larcomb was hired June 27, 2012.
East Knox Board of Education will hold at special meeting Monday at 1 p.m. to appoint an intermediate superintendent, according to the board’s agenda.
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