Douglas County Schools superintendent resigns, citing personal and family reasons
The superintendent of Colorado’s third-largest school district has stepped down.
The Douglas County School Board accepted Tuesday the resignation of Dr. Thomas S. Tucker, who cited personal and family reasons for offering his resignation.
Tucker stressed during the online meeting that contrary to some reports, he decided to step down on his own, and the board had not asked him to resign.
The district told Denver7 Saturday that Tucker was on leave visiting his ailing mother in Arkansas. Tucker said Tuesday that taking care of his family was his top priority.
“The members of the Douglas County Federation wish Dr. Tucker the best and our thoughts are with his family and in particular, his mother” said Kallie Leyba, President of the Douglas County Federation on the resignation of the Superintendent. “Fortunately, due to the professionalism of our teachers and staff, our students and community shouldn’t notice any negative impacts on instruction as educators will continue to teach and guide our students with the support of their building leadership.
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