Katonah-Lewisboro Superintendent Robert Roelle is resigning, effective March 1, 2011, the district announced today.
The school board accepted Roelle’s resignation at its July 29 meeting.
Michael Gordon, the school board president, expressed the board’s “deep appreciation for Dr. Roelle’s outstanding service to the district,” according to the news release.
“Given Dr. Roelle’s long and distinguished career, we completely understand his decision to pursue other interests, and we wish him well,” Gordon said in the statement.
Roelle became interim superintendent on July 1, 2007 and then the permanent superintendent a year later.
The district has already started the process of looking for a new superintendent, Gordon said.