HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – Less than three months after appointing Lorren Schlodtfeldt as County Superintendent of Schools, the Hill County Commission is in search of a replacement.
Schlodtfeldt announced his resignation, effective March 26th. It is unclear why he decided to resign.
Schlotfeldt was chosen by the Commission after previous County Superintendent Marie Deegan declined to stay in the position despite earning the most write-in votes in the November Election.
The Commission will review and sign any relevant documents that would normally go through the Superintendent’s office while they search for a new Superintendent.
According to Montana Law, County Superintendents must hold a current teaching certificate and have at least three years of teaching experience.