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Dr. Sue Segura and superintendent of school Micheline Miglis reenter the April 18 special school board meeting after a 4 1/2 hour closed session. The board announced it would pursue a conditional offer of employment to Segura. Photo by Laura Beaton
Dr. Sue Segura could be back as principal of Quincy High School next year.
After more than four hours in closed session Thursday night, the Plumas Unified School District board announced that it would pursue a “conditional offer of employment” to Segura.
The board did not offer details regarding the conditions attached to the offer.
The announcement was a reversal of the board’s March 8 decision to not offer Segura a contract based on a its vote of “no confidence.”
The board voted 4-1 in favor of the conditional employment offer during its special Thursday night meeting at Pioneer-Quincy Elementary School.
Segura said she could not discuss details of the closed session or the conditional offer. She did say she was ready to move forward.
“I am passionate about my job and I look forward to working with the new superintendent and the board for our children,” Segura said.
In a note to students that appeared on the school’s weekly bulletin, Segura stated, “I look forward to working as a team with the Superintendent and the Board. As we go forward, the importance is everyone working in the same direction for our kids of Plumas County. Thanks for your continual support of education throughout our community and district.”
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