Superintendent of MSD Decatur Township announces retirement

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The superintendent of MSD Decatur Township announced Wednesday she would retire this summer.

Dr. Debbie Sullivan announced her retirement plans to the school board Tuesday night.

Dr. Sullivan began her career at Decatur as an elementary school teacher and ended her career as superintendent, serving a total of 28 years in the township.

“I am very proud of the accomplishments made during our Learner-Centered Journey, and attribute our success to the efforts of all our dedicated staff members and student families,” said Dr. Sullivan. “After a great deal of thought and for personal reasons, I have made the decision to retire at the end of this school year, and know that with our excellent staff and supportive families, Decatur’s Journey will continue to provide bright futures for our student learners. I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to spend my career in Decatur Township.”

Dr. Sullivan’s last day will be on June 30.

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