Officials in the McCall-Donnelly School District have answered one big question: Who will be their new school superintendent? But they still haven't answered another—whatever happened to the old superintendent?
This week's McCall Star-News reports
that a twelve-year veteran of the school district, Jim Foudy, who has served as the joint principal of the Barbara Morgan and Donnelly elementary schools, was picked by the McCall-Donnelly Board of Trustees to take the top post for the school district. Foudy was one of seven candidates for the position.
But the mystery still remains on whatever happened to Glen Szymoniak, who resigned as school superintendent in December 2014 without explanation.
The Star-News had lambasted the publicly-elected trustees
for refusing to talk about Szymoniak's outster, writing, "It is obvious the process has been hijacked by attorneys, who have no regard for the public interest unless their clients directly benefit."
All that trustee Frank Eld would say after Szymoniak's disappearance in December was, "We have been instructed to talk to no one."