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Personnel Changes

JPS Assistant Superintendent Announces Retirement

January 8, 2014

The Jamestown Public School District will be losing a valued member of its staff at the end of the 2013-14 school year....

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Watcher02

Jan-10-14 10:06 AM

That's a fact Jimmy town Kid. He makes well over 100k a year. These administrators salaries are beyond belief.

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MarquessoQ

Jan-08-14 6:01 PM

I have many nice things to say about many things and people. I'm just not into this praise for someone who didn't do a good job and the examples are there. I could be oblivious to those facts and praise him for the job he did but that wouldn't be based on fact. I'm talking about missed opportunities for State Aid and numerous blunders in building projects. The credit card incident was simply something that showed a lack of good common business sense. I don't have hard feelings and as I noted more power to him for being able to create a position and demand the salary he got. Doesn't it seem like one well compensated administrator, instead of two, getting such high pay would make sense?

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strugglingsingle

Jan-08-14 1:39 PM

You people who don't have anything nice to say or know first hand what he has done for the district...why don't you just keep your mouths shut? Didn't your parents ever teach you if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it at all? Dale, thank you for your service and dedication to the JPS district. I know how hard you have worked and may you enjoy a much deserved and happy retirement!!!

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MarquessoQ

Jan-08-14 12:44 PM

This guy was incompetent from the start. I know of blunders he made all along his career. The most glaring one was letting a former School Board Member run up personal charges on the school district's credit card. In the "real' business world that would have meant dismissal. I don't understand all the praise for these administrators. What did Ray Fashano do to justify naming a district building after him? The millions and millions of building projects where the taxpayers paid the price while these people found out the hard way (with our money) about how to take on multi-million dollar projects. Nobody ever dares to question the salaries of anyone in education because you get labeled as not caring about education. Imagine the pension this man will receive after decades of 6 figure salaries. Hey, good for him for making that money in this area..but spare me the praise.

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Dark77

Jan-08-14 12:11 PM

Well deserved....did outstanding things for the district...great job Dale, you will be missed

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RealAmerican

Jan-08-14 8:24 AM

Wah! Wah! Wah!

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JimmytownKid

Jan-08-14 7:21 AM

Great news! The district will save thousands with his salary coming off of the books! After all, his salary jumped dramatically when his position was created when he was just a business manager. Hell, he doesn't even live within the district. I dare anybody to look up his salary increase over the years. you would be outraged.

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