Two school districts in Northeastern Wisconsin have agreed to share an administrator, a move they say will save both district's thousands of dollars.
According to WLUK-TV, beginning July 1, the Florence County School District and the Goodman-Armstrong Creek School District will share Ben Niehaus and their administrator. He is currently the Goodman-Armstrong Creek's superintendent. The Florence County School District's current administrator is leaving.
According to the agreement, Niehaus will devote three days a week to Florence and two days a week to the smaller Goodman-Armstrong Creek District.
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