• Avon schools superintendent announces retirement

    January 06, 2012 No comments

    Avon schools superintendent Timothy Ogle announced Wednesday he will retire at the end of this month after 32 years in public education.

    He has been in Avon for the past seven years.

    Ogle and his wife plan to move to Arizona, where he will become the executive director of the Arizona School Boards Association.

    Avon school board president Kim Woodward said the board accepted Ogle’s retirement with regret.

    Ogle’s achievements include restructuring the district’s leadership team, improving student achievement, realigning the kindergarten through 12th grade curriculum, creating the Avon Advanced Learning Center and overseeing nearly $200 million of construction projects.

    Ogle began teaching in 1977 at Huntington North High School. He also had administrative positions at East Noble High School and the East Noble school district, Carroll High School and the Middlebury school district.

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