Principal Sue Segura received notification Friday, March 8, that she would not be coming back to work for Plumas Unified School District as principal at Quincy High School.
Segura said superintendent Micheline Miglis came to her office and told her of the board’s decision the night before.
In a telephone interview Monday, March 11, Segura said, “I love this community. I’m devastated.” Her voice broke.
“I want to keep on doing what I’ve done for kids as long as I’ve been here and as long as the community supports me."
More information will be available in this week's newspaper.
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