Wheatland Center district administrator announces he is leaving for new job

Whealtand district administrator Jason Tadlock speaks to students waiting to greet the school's visitors from China.

Wheatland Center School district administrator Jason Tadlock speaks to students waiting to greet the school’s visitors from China in April 2012

Jason Tadlock, district administrator for the Wheatland J1 School District-Wheatland Center School, has announced that he will be leaving the district after the school year ends to take a superintendent position at another district.

Here is the text of an email sent from Tadlock to households with children currently at the school:

At this time, it is with mixed emotions, that I must inform you that I am resigning my position as superintendent of the Wheatland J1 School District effective June 30th 2013. I have accepted an offer to serve as superintendent of the Elkhorn School District starting July 1st 2013. I want to thank students, parents, community members, staff and the school board, for all of the support and friendship you have provided my family and me. From the moment, we moved to Wheatland we felt welcomed and appreciated. During the past three years, the friendships that have been made and the work that has been accomplished has made my time in Wheatland a highlight in my life that I will not forget. This work has been the result of all stakeholders coming together for a unified purpose. I know that this will continue and Wheatland will continue to be a leader at the state and national level in K-8 education and the development of our countries future innovators. I have thoroughly enjoyed my tenure as an employee of Wheatland School District, and I look forward to continuing our efforts during the next few months. The school board will assure that the transition to the next school leader is smooth and seamless and I have offered to assist in anyway. I have also agreed to serve as a consultant/adviser to the district in the future if needed. I leave Wheatland with nothing but positive feelings and experiences and I look forward to maintaining my relationship with the district in a different capacity.

Tadlock came to the district in 2010.


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