Interim Superintendent Richard Kisiel's plan to at , and came as a surprise to many after he announced at Monday's Board of Education meeting.
Under the plan, which Kisiel said was intended to refocus administrative responsibilities on teaching and learning, Illing Middle School and Bennet Academy would see entirely new leadership teams put in place next school year, while Manchester high would also see sweeping changes to the structure of its administrative personnel, with many familiar faces at the three schools being shunted to unfamiliar locations in the fall.
Some Patch readers applauded the changes in our article on the subject Tuesday, while others expressed concern or confusion over the intention or the purpose of the switches. But here's your chance to express your opinion on the topic by voting in our latest Patch Poll, and you can also let us know what you think about the issue in the comments section below.
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