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Grand Forks Schools business manager to retire in December

The head of business at Grand Forks Public Schools will retire at the end of the year. Business Manager Ed Gerhardt submitted his letter of resignation to Superintendent Terry Brenner and the School Board, according to documents released Tuesday ...

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The head of business at Grand Forks Public Schools will retire at the end of the year.

Business Manager Ed Gerhardt submitted his letter of resignation to Superintendent Terry Brenner and the School Board, according to documents released Tuesday for next week's School Board meeting. Gerhardt has worked for the district for 4 ½ years.

"It has been a very rewarding personal experience, and I have tried at all times to do whatever I could to serve the best interests of the students, staff and taxpayers of the district," Gerhardt wrote.

Brenner said in a memorandum to the board that Gerhardt shared his plans to retire with the superintendent a couple of weeks ago so the district would have time to find a replacement.

"Mr. Gerhardt has been a highly valued member of the business office and district," Brenner said. "As the new superintendent, I will miss the opportunity of his partnership in this administration."

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Gerhardt's last day will be Dec. 31. The board will review the resignation and decide whether to accept it on Monday.

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