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Romulus superintendent announces retirement; search for successor begins

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The Romulus Central School District community has received an announcement from its Board of Education regarding Superintendent Martin Rotz’s retirement after 11 years of service.

Rotz, who has played a pivotal role in the district’s success over the last decade, shared his gratitude for the opportunity to serve and the support he received. He highlighted the growth and achievements of the students and the district as the highlights of his career. “Serving as your superintendent has been a true honor and privilege,” he said. “I am profoundly grateful for the unwavering support, collaboration, and trust extended to me throughout these years. Witnessing the growth, achievements, and aspirations of our students and district has been the highlight of my career, and I am proud of the accomplishments we have achieved together as a community.”

The community is invited to extend their gratitude and best wishes to Mr. Rotz, who will officially retire on June 30, 2024.

In preparation for this transition, the Board of Education, during a recent meeting adopted a resolution to appoint Lynne Rutnik, District Superintendent of the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, as the lead consultant in the search for the new Superintendent of Schools.

This process will include community feedback, stakeholder meetings, and various engagement opportunities, ensuring a comprehensive and inclusive approach to finding the right candidate. The anticipated start date for the new Superintendent is July 1, 2024.