Three Top Administrators Leaving Beatrice Public School District

Three Top Administrators Leaving Beatrice Public School District
BHS Assistant Principal Bob Sexton, speaks before Beatrice School Board

BEATRICE – The Superintendent and two top administrators in the Beatrice Public School District attended their final regular school board meeting, Monday night.

Superintendent Pat Nauroth is retiring from the district at the end of June.  He and his wife are moving to Phoenix, Arizona to be near family.

:27                  “by family”

BPS Business Affairs Director John Brazell is moving on to the McCook Public Schools, where he will hold a similar position.

:10                  “budgetary issues”

Assistant High School Principal Bob Sexton and his wife are moving to Colorado, where Sexton is leaving the education field.  The long-time head football coach said it’s been a privilege and honor to be a teacher, coach and administrator in the district.

:25                  “wonderful place”

Sexton said he’s not closing the door on a future role in education.  Monday night, the Beatrice School Board approved the hiring of Sexton’s replacement at the Beatrice High School.   The new Assistant High School Principal will be Phillip Voigt, an instructional coach at Dawes Middle School in the Lincoln Public School System.

:10                  “teachers and students”

Superintendent Nauroth says several good candidates applied for the position.

Beginning in July, new Superintendent Jason Alexander, of Ord, will take over, leading the Beatrice Public School District.

:13                  “move forward”

The Beatrice School Board last night also approved the contracts of seven new teachers in the district.

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