By Richard Freedman
The man who “changed the culture” of the Vallejo City Unified School District, pared $15 million from a budget deficit, helped get a bond passed, and steered 11,000 students and families through the rough waters of COVID-19, has resigned.
Dr. Adam Clark, the district’s superintendent since 2017, has accepted the same position with the Mt. Diablo Unified School District.
Clark confirmed his pending move late Tuesday. It was confirmed by school board president John Fox following a Wednesday special meeting.