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Second assistant superintendent is retiring
The Spotsylvania School Board Monday night accepted the retirement of Scott Worner, the assistant superintendent for administrative services. He will leave at the end of this school year.
Worner is the second assistant superintendent to choose retirement. Bill Flaherty, the assistant superintendent for technology services had requested retirement a few weeks ago.
Worner’s position was being downgraded to an executive director position for the coming school year as part of Superintendent Shelley K. Redinger’s streamlining plan, which cuts nearly $1 million from division personnel costs for fiscal 2013.