Reusche’s first public message was to the people of Calaveras County to “fill these classes” — referring to the four general education and computer classes Delta will offer at Calaveras High School this fall.
Reusche’s appointment was announced Friday at a press conference featuring Hart and hosted by Calaveras County District 1 Supervisor Cliff Edson.
The press conference was in response to the 2013-14 Calaveras County Grand Jury report, which faulted Delta for not providing enough for Calaveras County, which paid $1.6 million to the district last year.
Edson said the critiques in the report were true, but disagreed with the jury’s recommendation to withdraw from Delta and fully join Columbia College’s Yosemite Community College District, which encompasses the southern county.
For the complete story, see the July 14, 2014, edition of The Union Democrat.
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