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Treutlen School Super Retires
Tuesday, 04 December 2012

December 3--  The Treutlen County Board of Education accepted the resignation of county School Superintendent Chuck Ellington at a called board meeting Friday night.

Ellington joins more than 1,700 Georgia educators who retired effective Saturday to take advantage of a pension benefit that's being eliminated. 

A one-time three percent increase in their base for yearly pension benefits that has been given to retirees for more than 20 years is being discontinued in January.

A Treutlen teacher also decided to retire and in Toombs County four teachers and a secretary submitted resignations.  No resignations were reported in the school systems in Vidalia nor Montgomery County.

Ellington has been the superintendent in Treutlen County since July, 2004. 

ImageThe school board named assistant superintendent Regina Harris as the interim superintendent.  She's been in the assistant's job for six and-a-half years.

 

 
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