He felt it was the only decision he could make. He stepped down as the district’s number-one administrator in hopes of helping his cash-strapped budget.
Medora Community Schools Corp. Superintendent John Reed resigned Wednesday after his school board accepted his resignation. This small, 270-student rural school district is facing cuts mandated by the Indiana legislature. “I told the board that to maintain your programs – all that you offer the kids – the only thing that’s logical is that you do something at the administrative level. And that’s when I gave them my resignation,” said Superintendent Reed.