At the end of last week’s Clinton Central School Board meeting, District Superintendent Dr. Steve Grimm announced his intent to retire at the end of this school year.
The Board of Education formally accepted his retirement letter, which comes after eight years leading the school district. In his letter, Grimm stated, “It has been my honor and privilege to serve as Clinton's educational leader over the past eight years, and I am proud of the incredible growth and success the district has experienced over that time.”
Grimm will bring to a close a 34-year career in education. “I want you to know that it is a dream come true to be able to retire in such a wonderful community and school district where my family will continue to reside, work, and attend school. I also look forward to spending more quality time with my family and parents, and to pursuing other personal interests such as music, teaching, reading, writing, and community service.’’
Board President Melinda Leising said, “Dr. Grimm has been a strong and caring leader as Superintendent of the Clinton Central School District. Through his leadership, the district is in a solid position academically and financially. The Board of Education appreciates his dedication to the students, faculty, and staff of CCS over the last eight years and especially through the pandemic.
“While we will miss him, he is leaving the district in a…