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Vancouver Public Schools says assistant superintendent retiring

Todd Horenstein, assistant superintendent for facility support services at Vancouver Public Schools, is retiring.

Horenstein has worked at the district since 1984 and will retire in August. Horenstein has overseen nearly $1 billion in facility improvements at the school district during his tenure.

His responsibilities will be absorbed by three other administrators. Mike Stromme, associate superintendent for administrative services, will be promoted to deputy superintendent. His responsibilities will include curriculum, school operations and instructional technology services.

Brett Blechschmidt, assistant superintendent and chief fiscal officer, will be promoted to associate superintendent and chief operating officer. He will oversee fiscal, human resources, nutrition, transportation, maintenance and facility support services.

A.J. Panter, director of operations, maintenance and transportation, will be promoted to executive director of facility support services. He will lead bond-funded construction projects after Horenstein retires.


Source: https://www.columbian.com

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