Dr. Mark Miller is out as superintendent of Sonora Union High School district.
In a late afternoon press release, board chairman Jim Riggs announced Miller and the board had “agreed to part ways.”
“The district and the superintendent decided that it was in the best interest of students, staff and the community to begin transitioning leadership in a manner that ensures a continued focus on student achievement,” the press release said.
The release called Miller “gracious” in expressing thanks to those who helped during his tenure. He began in Sonora in August 2018 after four years in Juneau, Alaska.
Read more about Miller's resignation in Saturday's Union Democrat.