B-C-S superintendent stepping down

Staff Writer

The Benton-Carroll-Salem school board has scheduled a special meeting for April 17 to accept the resignation of Guy Parmigian, district superintendent, who is leaving for a teaching position at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
The school board will meet at 4:30 p.m. and is expected to go into executive session.
Parmigian said last week he is leaving his superintendent’s post in July and he plans to work closely with the board and staff to have a smooth transition for his successor.
He has been superintendent at B-C-S for 11 years.
“A few points of pride for me are the adding of resources for student mental health and social-emotional learning, constructing a new Oak Harbor Intermediate School without asking voters for additional tax dollars, and helping to establish the Ottawa County Skilled Trades Academy, which continues to grow and provides great opportunities to Oak Harbor students,” he wrote in an April 12 post. “I believe we have built a student-centered and dedicated leadership team and staff that is second to none in our area – because of their commitment to continuous improvement and innovation.”
Parmigian is a graduate of Miami University and is returning to become a professor in its Department of Educational Leadership and coordinate the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program.
He said it has been his dream to return to Miami as a professor.


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