Schlender set to retire from Luxemburg-Casco's top post

You will see a new leader for Luxemburg-Casco School District this July. Superintendent Glenn Schlender will retire from his role in June after being hired by the district in 2014. He has been telling district administrators and school board members about his decision for the last few weeks before he formally submits his request at this Monday’s school board meeting. Schlender says after four years on the job and 37 years in education, he is ready for some more family time.

Schlender’s major accomplishments include the passage of the $27.8 million building referendum in 2018 and the opening of the Ahnapee Diesel Tech program at the former middle school. State superintendent Jill Underly is expected to visit the area this week to learn about the district’s next endeavor addressing the skills gap in the region. Schlender says they are looking to build a new center on land the district owns near Stodola’s IGA where they would be able to cultivate careers in building construction similar to what is being done in Casco with the diesel technician program. 

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