Carla Hook, the York district representative to the Gloucester School Board since July 2012, is resigning from the board effective June 15.
In a letter this week to school board members and their administrative staff, Hook said her husband’s recent promotion requires her family to relocate from the county’s York district.
“While my time on the board has included many interesting and rewarding experiences, what I will miss is the people. My fellow board members, staff and students have enriched my life in ways that will always stay with me,” Hook said in the letter.
She went on to say that she was proud of the board’s accomplishments over the past six years, including improving academic performance, successfully re-opening two middle schools, increasing pay for staff and the hiring of superintendent Walter Clemons.
“I am also proud that this board has been a strong supporter of local control of public education. I hope that will ...
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