Woodward-Granger superintendent of schools resigns Monday

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Woodward-Granger Community School District Superintendent Brad Anderson, right, tendered his resignation at Monday night's meeting of the Woodward-Granger School Board, from left, Business Manager Luke Markway, Board members Troy Janssen and Tim Bogardus, Board President Ashley Brandt, Board Vice President Jennifer Benbow and Board member Dave Elliott.

Woodward-Granger Community School District Superintendent Brad Anderson, right, tendered his resignation at Monday night’s meeting of the Woodward-Granger School Board. Anderson attended a meeting of the harassment and bullying task force Feb. 27 with W-G Elementary School Kindergarten Teacher Rachel Frazier, left, and W-G Elementary School Principal Matt Brummond.

The Woodward-Granger Community School District Board of Directors accepted the resignation Monday night of Superintendent Brad Anderson.

“Brad has submitted his resignation to take place at the end of this contract year,” Board President Ashley Brandt said. “The board has not collectively created any comment or statement. I would like to speak on behalf of myself and thank Brad and his family for the years and years of dedication and service to Woodward-Granger. You’ve done a lot of really great things in your time here to be really proud of, and I personally want to thank you for that.”

Board members Troy Janssen, Tim Bogardus and Board Vice President Jennifer Benbow voted in favor of accepting Anderson’s resignation. Board member Dave Elliott opposed the motion.

Anderson had no comment after the meeting.

Anderson held the district’s top administrative post since 2006, currently earning a salary of $143,850, which includes his partial role as curriculum director and half-time transportation member. His contract expires June 30.

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