Canton Superintendent announces plans to retire in 2023

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Superintendent Kevin D. Case at the 2022 Canton High School graduation ceremony.

Canton Public Schools Superintendent Kevin D. Case has announced that he will be retiring in a year's time - June of 2023.

"At that time, I will have served in public education for 37 years and for close to 17 years as Superintendent here in Canton," Case wrote in a message to the community on June 16. "It was important to me to allow the Board of Education to have several months to conduct the search for the next Superintendent to allow for a smooth transition of leadership. We have accomplished so much together over the years, including raising student achievement while supporting the whole child, socially, emotionally, and physically. All of our schools were named the Best in CT by US News and World Report over the last two years due to your hard work. I have also had the rewarding experience of hiring many of you over the years. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve you and the Canton Community over these last several years and I look forward to another great 2022-2023 school year together! The Board of Education will announce plans for the Superintendent Search in the Fall."


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