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Lakota looking for new superintendent for second time in a year. PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN/Sentinel Staff Writer   
Monday, 08 July 2013 20:56
KANSAS — After only one year on the job, Lakota Local School District’s superintendent David M. Danhoff submitted his resignation to the board on Monday night.
The board unanimously voted to accept the resignation which is effective July 31.
Danhoff has accepted a position with Sandusky City Schools as chief of staff and transportation officer.
Despite his short tenure, Danhoff had praise for the Lakota board, the district, the staff and the students.
“This is a great school district,” he told the board. “I have mixed emotions, but I am near the end of my career and in a position where I can go where I want to be.”
He explained the opportunity in Sandusky is a chance to go back to the district where he began his career.
Danhoff said he was specifically asked to join the staff of Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders, superintendent and chief executive officer of the Sandusky City Schools.
“I am excited to work with Sanders. I will be his right-hand man. It was hard to turn down,” Danhoff said.
He explained that Sanders, the former superintendent of both Toledo and Cleveland Schools, also returned to Sandusky where he graduated from high school.
Danhoff said, “There is no animosity. This has been a fabulous year for me.”

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