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2 Iowa school districts to stop sharing superintendent

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MASON CITY (AP) -

Two Iowa school districts have decided to stop sharing a superintendent next year, but the Clear Lake and Mason City districts will maintain close ties in other areas.

Clear Lake's board recently decided it wanted to hire a full-time superintendent, so it could have a leader focused on the district.

Mason City had been sharing 40 percent of Superintendent Anita Micich's time with the Clear Lake district since 2010.

Clear Lake officials estimate that the district saved more than $800,000 through the sharing because of state incentives and saved salary costs.

The districts plan to continue sharing food service and information technology directors.

(Information provided by the Associated Press...)

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