Superintendent Neil O’Brien’s last for the Port Bryon School District was Wednesday.
He expressed his thoughts, saying he feels that he’s retiring on a high note despite the challenges of the pandemic.
He discussed leaving while the school had a difficult year but that he felt good about the team he’s leaving behind as they do so well.
O’Brien stated that when he first came to Port Byron School District that graduation rates were in the 50-60 percent, and today they’re at 96 percent.
O’Brien was able to provide an academic year as close to normal as possible, with students present for 155 of the 180 day school year.
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