The notice dated May 2 that the District of New Berlin posted on its Website conveys that Superintendent Kreutzer submitted his resignation with the New Berlin School District effective on June 30, 2011 and will continue to serve as Superintendent of schools until that date. The board will be formally acting on his resignation at a future meeting. Dr. Kreutzer has accepted a position with the Katonah-Lewisboro school district.
The notice also states:
An announcement dated May 2 on the District of New Berlin Web site says Dr. Kreutzer submitted his resignation effective on June 30, 2011 and will continue to serve as Superintendent until that date. It also states, “The school board is finalizing a succession plan for the position of the superintendent. A transition plan is being finalized that will take advantage of Dr. Kreutzer’s remaining time of service.” See my previous blog post.
On Monday’s (May 9) New Berlin School Board Meeting Agenda:
My previous blog post referred to the notice dated May 2 on the District of New Berlin Web site, which said, “The school board is finalizing a succession plan for the position of the superintendent”
Succession? That word brings to mind royalty or rulers.
After watching a WTMJ4 TV broadcast last week regarding New Berlin Mayor Jack Chiovatero being targeted by vandals, I called the mayor’s office. When I spoke with the mayor, I asked him about the incidents and sequence of events. Mayor Chiovatero spoke of the following:
1. Last May, a sign containing a racial slur was erected in his yard and was visible from the road.
Don’t miss Reclaiming Our Heritage at Milwaukee VA Medical Center. It’s been advertised as the 10th Annual Living History and Veteran Tribute Event June 4-5, 2011. A one-of-a –kind, family-friendly, free admission, positively-patriotic weekend!
For more information about Reclaiming Our Heritage, click here.
Sen. Mary Lazich (R-New Berlin) held a Town Hall meeting at New Berlin City Hall on May 6.
Franklin NOW blogger Jason Patzfahl attended that meeting.