Changes Made At School District
Central Office Gets New Look; Farrar No Longer There
June 25, 2020
Those reports have been confirmed.
School board member Carrie Tabor, now working on the office staff, said by phone from the office that district business manager Harold Farrar was no longer working with the school system.
In addition, according to Tabor, an administration assistant position in the office also has been eliminated. The Observer has not confirmed who held that position.
Asked if the district position had been advertised to be filled, Tabor declined comment and referred any questions to Superintendent Elizabeth Owens.
Owens was not immediately available for comment.
Tabor’s board position expires in December. She lost her bid for re-election in the primary.