Nampa School District Won’t Replace Resigning Deputy Superintendent

Nov 21, 2012

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The Nampa School District won’t replace its deputy superintendent. Josh Jensen resigned this week from the troubled district’s number two position. Accounting errors have left Nampa in a budget hole near $4.5 million. The district’s Superintendent resigned two months ago. The new interim superintendent starts next week. In an e-mail to employees Tuesday a Nampa spokesperson said the district has accepted Jensen’s resignation effective immediately. It continues:

“The district would like to thank Josh for all of his contributions over the years and wishes him the best in his future endeavors. Our intent at this point is not to fill the position of Deputy Superintendent for the remainder of the year.”

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