White Pigeon retains superintendent

White Pigeon Community Schools has reached an agreement to retain Jon Keyer as superintendent for the 2018-19 academic year.

There is a caveat, however: Keyer will work just 120 days during the school year and his role as high school principal will be filled by a new hire, Todd Reynolds. In addition, associate superintendent Carrie Erlandson will retain her administrative position, as well as continue the role of curriculum director and grants coordinator of the 775-student district.

Keyer, 55, will be paid $30,000 for the year and will not receive any benefits.

He and Erlandson have worked in tandem the past four school years.

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