Rico Munn, Aurora Public Schools superintendent, resigning


Aurora Public Schools Superintendent Rico Munn plans to resign at the end of this school year and assume a less active role in leading one of the state’s most diverse districts starting in January.

The district announced the change in a letter from school board President Debbie Gerkin on Friday afternoon.

The Aurora school board plans to vote on a transition agreement and plan at its Tuesday meeting. Munn’s contract expires at the end of this school year. This fall, the board and superintendent had been in conversations about Munn’s evaluation and contract.


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