One of the school districts in the Keweenaw needs to find a new superintendent.
Chassell superintendent Mike Gaunt is retiring at the end of June after having the job since 2006.
He said that at a school board meeting last night, urging school board members to restructure the district’s administration.
The school board expects to have a system in place within the next month.
Chassell is already planning to share a superintendent with Adams Township starting this fall.
The move will save about $50,000 a year.
The Adams Township Schools are already using a 4-day week through the end of this month to cut costs.
They’re taking Fridays off, lengthening the other 4 days and lengthening the school year too.
No word on whether Chassell may join them in doing that in the future.