MOSINEE, Wis. (WSAU) - Long time Mosinee school superintendent Jerry Rosso will be retiring after eleven years on the job.
Rosso's retirement will be officials in June of next year. During his tenure, Ross was responsible for pushing through a new addition for the elementary school, as well as helping keep teachers on the job after the Act 10 change came through the school system.
Rosso says an early announcement like this will give the district time to find his replacement. "The school board will meet December 18th, and they need to start talking about the timeline and process." He says it's likely the board will turn to a search firm to go through all the input and requirements that are involved in finding a new administrator.
Rosso says he'll be taking a year off before even thinking about coming back to the education field. "Next fall I'd like to be able to travel and spend time with my wife and family, and then I'd be open to other possibilities."
Rosso’s resignation, if accepted, will take effect June 30.