Omaha Public Schools superintendent announces resignation

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Omaha Public Schools Superintendent Cheryl Logan announced Tuesday that she will be resigning from the district. “It is with deep gratitude for the time we have spent together that I have informed our Board of Education that this will be my last year of school with our school district,” Logan said in a letter to the school community. “…I am forever grateful and honored by the friendships and partnerships we have built together.”Logan, who joined the district in 2018, said she will leave her position in June 2023, calling her tenure a “ joy”. “It’s time for me to return home to my family,” Logan said. “It’s time for me to have Saturday tea with my sisters, watch my nephew play football and spend quality time with my husband and daughter, close to my homeland and both of our families.” Future of Omaha Public SchoolsDuring her tenure, Logan oversaw the addition of five new schools for the district, and guided schools and students through the COVID-19 pandemic. In July, Logan received a raise and contract extension from the OPS Board, her term was extended through June 2025, and her salary increased from $313,890 to $329,113.READ MORE: Logan’s contract with OPS In a statement, the OPS Board said of Education that it will have an “extensive search” for Logan’s replacement.

Omaha Public Schools Superintendent Cheryl Logan announced Tuesday that she will be resigning from the district.

“It is with deep gratitude for the time we have spent together that I have informed our board of education that this will be my last year of school with our school district,” Logan said in a letter to the school community. “…I am eternally grateful and honored by the friendships and partnerships we have built together.”

Logan, who joined the district in 2018, said she will leave her position in June 2023 and called her tenure a “joy”.

“It’s time for me to return to my family,” Logan said. “It’s time for me to have Saturday tea with my sisters, watch my nephew play football and spend quality time with my husband and daughter, close to my native country and both of our families.”

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During her tenure, Logan oversaw the addition of five new schools for the district, as well as guiding schools and students through the COVID-19 pandemic.

In July, Logan received a raise and contract extension from the OPS board. Her term was extended through June 2025 and her salary increased from $313,890 to $329,113.

READ MORE: Logan’s contract with OPS

In a statement, the OPS Board of Education said it will conduct an “extensive search” for Logan’s replacement.

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