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New Superintendent in Yankton

New Superintendent in Yankton

While the official start date was July first, new Yankton School Superintendent Dr. Wayne Kindle has been on the job for a couple of weeks. Former Superintendent Dr. Joe Gertsema worked out an agreement and left after the June school board meeting. Kindle says he has been learning on the job……

Kindle says he will build on his management style……

The district, like many in the state, is facing some difficult budget issues. Kindle says there are no easy answers……

Kindle spent the last six years as Principal at Yankton High School, before that he was at the middle school. He will sit in on his first board meeting as Superintendent on July 8th.

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