District expects to save over $100,000 with new administrative positions – Times Herald

By John Glidden

The Vallejo school board was informed Wednesday night that four administrative positions have been created, while two other district positions will not be filled.

Vallejo City Unified School District Superintendent Ramona Bishop stated that Mel Jordan, assistant superintendent for administrative services, is retiring and his position will not be filled.

She added that Jordan has been in charge of operations and human resources. With his retirement, the position will be “(broken) down into two different units.”

Mitchell Romao will move from director of categorical and English language learners to the district’s chief operations officer. Bishop added that the Romao’s current director position will also not be filled.

Current director of certificated personnel, Gigi Patrick will move to chief human resources officer, while Elanor Bruton will become the assistant chief human resources officer.

Bruton currently serves as director of classified personnel.

via District expects to save over $100,000 with new administrative positions.

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