SHELTON, Conn. -- Freeman Burr, who is stepping down from his role of as superintendent of the Shelton Public Schools, bid farewell at the final Board of Education meeting of the year, says the Shelton Herald.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here in Shelton,” Burr was quoted as saying by the Herald.
He thanked fellow board members and Shelton's teachers in his goodbye speech and said he is presently "weighing his options" on his future plans, says the report.
He also especially recognized his assistant superintendent, Lorraine Rossner, and his successor, Christopher Clouett, the Herald says.
Here is the full Shelton Herald story .
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