Middlebury Superintendent retires leaving 45-year legacy as an educator

MIDDLEBURY, Ind. -- The superintendent of Middlebury Schools is stepping down!

Jim Conner announced his retirement at Tuesday night's school board meeting.

He has been with the district for seven years, but worked as an educator for 45 years.

During his time in Middlebury, the district built a new high school.

He also led a lawsuit over school funding that prompted Indiana to change its formula.

Conner told ABC 57 News that he is excited for the next chapter!

His last day is June 30.

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