Avon's Departing Superintendent A No-...

Avon's Departing Superintendent A No-Show At Budget Hearing

There are 1 comment on the Hartford Courant story from Mar 10, 2010, titled Avon's Departing Superintendent A No-Show At Budget Hearing. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Awkward timing: Just a few days after Superintendent David Erwin announced his resignation effective June 30 to head Berlin schools, he was set to address Avon parents in a districtwide PTO meeting.

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POed Parent

Avon, CT

#1 Mar 13, 2010
The Avon BOE should give this clown his walking papers, like yesterday. That $200+ grand could be waaaaay better spent than handing it to this lame-duck loser.
He's stealing money at a time when every penny is being stretched on behalf of the district's children. Parents are digging deep to pay fees for their children to play sports while he's pocketing unearned cash.
It appears he lacks a conscience to go along with his lack of business scruples.
It'll be interesting to see how long he lasts in Berlin. He certainly can't start there soon enough!

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