Schultz offers to return in fall to help solve Crandon School District safety problems

Kirby Schultz

Dorothy Kegley

Kirby Schultz was named the interim superintendent of the Crandon School District, following a closed session of the Board on May 14. He will complete his term on June 30. However, Schultz told the school board on May 14, that he is willing to come back in the fall and work with the school and the sheriff’s department to develop safety plans for the district.

“This is my community, my school, my family and friends live here, and I have a deep concern for this school and direction it is heading,” said Schultz. Schultz said he taught school safety including active shooter response for over seven years

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