Windom Schools superintendent resigns

Wormstadt accepts position in Sturgis, South Dakota.

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WINDOM — Wayne Wormstadt, superintendent of Windom Area Schools, has announced his resignation, effective June 30.

Wormstandt, who was hired by the district in 2008, will have completed 13 years with the district. He has taken a new position as superintendent of the Meade School District in Sturgis, South Dakota.

A South Dakota native, Wormstadt served as superintendent of the Canistota, S.D., school district before coming to Windom. He said in an email to staff that the position in Sturgis was an opportunity for him and his family to return to their home state and be part of a larger and growing school district. He will begin his new job July 1.

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