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Huntsville City School Board pleased with Superintendent's work

The Huntsville City School Board is pleased with the work of Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski. (Source: WAFF) The Huntsville City School Board is pleased with the work of Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski. (Source: WAFF)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

The Huntsville City School Board said they're pleased with the work of Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski.

The board held a special call meeting this afternoon to discuss the Wardynski's evaluation. Among his goals for the year included, student achievement, progress in decreasing the number of failing schools, continue improvement in finance and business and capital infrastructure improvement. The board said he accomplished his goals.

"Clear that's he's been able to not only meet those goals but surpass those goals," said David Blair with the Huntsville City School Board. "You look at where the school system is now compared to what it was several years ago. We were on a huge strictly forward, and we're very excited about it and it all has a lot to do with this leadership and the staff that he's put in place."

Blair said this process shows where we've been and where we're going. He said Wardynski is doing a great job.

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