Sausalito Marin City School District Superintendent Steps Down

Superintendent Will McCoy will step down from his post at Sausalito Marin City School District this summer to take a job with No Bully in San Francisco.

McCoy was appointed to the seat in August 2016 replacing Steve Van Zant, who was forced to resign amid legal problems.

The district will now have to find a replacement. Luckily, MCoy isn’t out the door until summer, so the district has some time to find a new schools chief.

Read more at the Marin Independent Journal.


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