Ann Arbor School Board expected to approve resignation and separation agreement with district Superintendent Wednesday night
Two weeks ago, the board’s trustees voted on a motion to adopt a resolution to approve a voluntary settlement and resignation agreement with Swift.
However, because trustee Jeff Gaynor was absent due to health reasons, the motion did not receive a majority of votes and failed 3-3.
Assuming all of the board members are present, and no one changes their vote, the motion is expected to pass 4-3.
If the motion passes, the board would begin the process of transitioning to an interim superintendent and begin the search for a permanent replacement. The specific reasons for board members wanting to oust Swift remain unknown.
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Earhart Road Building and will be streamed online.
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