School Superintendent Skorkowsky Announces Retirement
Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky announced his retirement in an address to the media Thursday.
After 30 years of service, Skorkowsky will fulfill his contract with CCSD and will leave the school district in June 2018.
In a statement, Skorkowsky said the decision to retire is his own decision, but he will now be able to “speak more clearly and address some key problems and problem makers head on, without holding back."
Skorkowsky has been the superintendent of the fifth largest school district in the country for the last five years. He oversaw 40,000 educators and employees and more than 320,000 students.