Popular teacher reinstated after parents protest at board meeting

18th June, 2015 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE — A popular teacher will stay in the school schools after two dozen angry parents stormed a school board meeting to protest the non-renewal of his contract.Joe Marino still has a job, but will teach at school other than Brush Creek Elementary. Declining enrollment forced Principal Stephanie Gianneschi to cut a full-time position.On the heels of all that, Gianneschi announced her resignation on May 29. It became effective June 16.“Thank you for the opportunity to lead Brush Creek over the past academic year,” Gianneschi wrote in her resignation letter to Jason Glass, superintendent of Eagle County schools.In a letter …

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