Durant High School principal to resign

By: KXII-TV Staff Email
By: KXII-TV Staff Email
DURANT, OK -- Durant

Steve Wlodarczyk

DURANT, Okla. -- Durant's High School principal is stepping down later this month. Steve Wlodarcyzk is leaving the district to take a new position in Oklahoma City.

Wlodarcyzk will serve as the assistant executive director of the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administrators.

Durant superintendent Jason Simeroth says Wlodarcyzk has been a longtime supporter of COSA, so when the organization’s former director resigned, it was a position that Wlodarcyzk couldn't refuse.

Simeroth says he and the two assistant high school principals will share the duties until a permanent hire is made.

Wlodarcyzk’s last day is set for September 30.


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  • by John Location: Irving, TX on Sep 20, 2008 at 08:53 AM
    Good job! I actually don't even know you, but it's always refreshing, and exciting, when you hear about somebody getting a good position, and taking a step forward in their life!
  • by M Location: Madill on Sep 19, 2008 at 09:23 PM
    Yea Steve!!
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