NORMANDY, MO (KMOV.com) – The State Board President of Normandy schools has decided to step down.
Board President, Andrea Terhune announced Tuesday that she is resigning from her post in the “Normandy Schools Collaborative”. Terhune believes she cannot dedicate the necessary time to the position.
The state took over control of the Normandy schools last year amid lack of accreditation.
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