Behavior/transition coordinator role remains vacant after resignation

Seymour Community Schools’ new director of special education isn’t worried about the recent loss of the district’s behavior/transition coordinator.

She expects to have the position filled before Christmas.

Mika Ahlbrand said the resignation of Rochelle Bates won’t disrupt services to students or staff. She said the position is an important piece in helping identify special needs students and preparing them for a successful future.

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