Perkins Twp. schools create new position

Perkins Township School District announced Tuesday morning that it has named high school principal Chris Gasteier as the district's new communications director.
Sandusky Register Staff
Jun 7, 2011

Perkins Township School District announced Tuesday morning that it has named high school principal Chris Gasteier as the district's new communications director.

The move is in response to community feedback, according to district officials.

"Community comments given through the district community survey, discussion at public Board meetings, and individual conversations with community members have indicated a significant need to improve district communications, especially a sense of listening to the community," officials said in a statement.

Gasteier will take on his new role immediately. Mark Dahlmann, former high school assistant principal, will return from retirement on Aug. 1 to take up leadership at the high school.

 

For the scoop on other changes at Perkins Township School District, be sure to get Wednesday's Register from a newsstand near you or check out the e-paper.

Comments

Captain Gutz

underthebridge,

Yep, they are hypocrites. So, should nothing be done to stop the madness just because they are hypocrites?

underthebridge

donutshopguy - I agree wholeheartedly that we're able to have the discussion.   Enjoy this day. 

EZOB

  Two groups of people can make 80,000 dollars a year on their backs, firemen and prostitutes.  Harsh but true, over 50% of the firemen in the United States are volunteers.  I seperate firemen from rescue departments.  You can never have enough public employees, police, teachers, etc.  The big question and the one that the service unions continue to ignore, How much can we afford??

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