Shippensburg Area School District Superintendent resigns one year after being hired

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FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.–The superintendent of Shippensburg Area School District has resigned after one year at the helm.

The Board of School Directors announced in a Facebook post today that they accepted the resignation of Dr. Chester Mummau on Monday and the decision to move on was mutually agreed upon.

Dr. Mummau will receive $165,000 — one year salary and accrued leave — for his departure, according to Mark Buterbaugh, the Board President of Shippensburg Area School District.

Buterbaugh adds that a state-wide search has begun for a replacement.

In the meantime, retired Greencastle Superintendent Dr. Gregory Hoover will stand-in as Interim Superintendent.



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