Scott City Superintendent to Leave at End of Month

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Scott City, KS (westernkansasnews.com)  USD 466 Superintendent Bill Wilson gave the school board a written letter of resignation at last night’s meeting and it was accepted.  Wilson led Scott City schools the last three years.  The school district recently had to make up a 700 thousand dollar budget shortfall by cutting  programs and asking that teachers take a two percent pay cut for the 2014-15 school year.  Superintendent Wilson decline to comment on his resignation, but was open to talking in the near future.  The district is also looking for a new middle school principal.  Jim Howard announced his intention to resign as well.