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Webster Superintendent takes job in Rochester

The Superintendent of the Webster Central School District is resigning.

Adele Bovard's resignation is effective July 31.

"The Webster Central School District Board of Education wishes Ms. Bovard the best in the future and we thank her for her efforts over the past several years," said Mike Suffoletto, Webster Board of Education President.

Bovard will serve as Deputy Superintendent for Administration at the Rochester City School District, effective August 1, 2014.

Superintendent Bolgen Vargas said Bovard is exceptionally qualified to help the schools improve. She brings more than 25 years of experience as a classroom teacher, and school and district administrator, including four years as Superintendent of Schools in Dansville.

Its always a difficult decision to leave a district and come to a new district, but the think that has guided me in my work for my entire career is that students are worth the very best we have to offer, says Bovard. There is no more important work than the work we do as educators because were literally touching the future every day in our schools.

Bovard will make $175,000 a year in Rochester.

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