Be the first to know: SUBSCRIBE HERE

Greater Orange News Service

↑ To add this ANIMATOR CLICK HERE

Greater Orange HEADLINES in the News
  • The Foothills Sentry
  • TOPIX/City of Orange News Service
  • TOPIX/Villa Park News Service
  • The Anaheim BLOG
  • TOPIX/Anaheim Hills News Service
  • TOPIX/Greater Orange Communities Wire Service
  • California CIty News.org HEADLINES Headlines
  • Follow Greater Orange on TWITTER
  • ORANGE NET NEWS TWITTER FEED
  • TOP LOCAL ORANGE COUNTY NEWS STORIES on the WEB
  • ORANGE COUNTY LOCAL NEWS FEED
  • Thursday, July 24, 2008

     

    Superintendent's husband will remain in Colorado

    ORANGE Unified Schools INSIDE
    a news service of Orange Net News /O/N/N/
    Independent insight into OUSD

    Dreier’s husband will remain in Colorado

    The Greeley Tribune is reporting that new Orange Unified Superintendent Dr. Renae Drier’s husband, Dr. Fred Dreier, will remain in Colorado as his wife moves to California. Dr. Fred Dreier is principal of Loveland High School, close to Greeley in the Thompson School District.

    The Greeley Tribune reported that Dr. Renae Dreier had finally submitted her resignation on July 22nd in a hand written note to the Greeley School Board. The note read:

    "As you know, I have been the finalist in a California superintendent search since mid-June. The process has now been completed and this letter is to let you now that July 31, 2008, will be my last day with the district.

    "While I am very excited about this new position, please be assured that I will miss District 6 and the Greeley community. I appreciate the support I have received from the entire district community. Our successes of the past three years would not have been possible without a great team effort!

    "Thank you for your support over the past three years and for your personal support of me over the past weeks as I have pursued my personal/professional goals in California.

    "Best wishes to a district on the path to success."


    Big Apple pay for Orange Superintendent

    Dreier’s beginning $750,000 three year contract has raised eyebrows across Southern California. The Los Angeles Times reported on Thursday July 24th in their California Section that Drier’s OUSD contract matches what New York City Schools Chancellor Joel Klein makes for leading the Big Apples school system. Dreier’s predecessor Dr. Thomas Godley, with his controversial retirement package (that the OUSD Board voted to let him keep), leaves OUSD slightly ahead of Dreier in overall salary.

    Dreier, who reportedly has not returned any reporters telephone calls, will return to Greeley for a reception next Tuesday night. That is the same day that Colorado releases its state testing scores for last school year.


    Next OUSD Board Meeting July 24, 2008. For more information
    CLICK ON: AGENDA
    OUSD CLOSED SESSION STARTS 6:30 PM, Regular Session: 7:30 pm
    For more information call the OUSD Superintendent’s office at 714-628-4040
    For budgeting questions call Business Services at 714-628-4015
    ORANGE Unified Schools INSIDE Independent insight into OUSD
    is an independent news service of /O/N/N/

    Comments: Post a Comment

    Links to this post:

    Create a Link



    << Home

    This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

    Greater Orange News Service is a community service of the Orange Communication System /OCS/, the communications arm of the Greater Orange Community Orgainization