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Bowling Green Schools Superintendent Scruci to retire

Scruci was hired by Bowling Green in 2015.

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Bowling Green Schools Superintendent Francis Scruci is retiring after the school year.

Scruci confirmed the news to WTOL 11 Tuesday in a text message: "I am retiring, not resigning. No plans after that at this point. Thanks for reaching out."

According to multiple reports, Scruci's retirement was unanimously accepted during Monday night's school board meeting. His retirement is effective July 31.

A voicemail left with school board President Ryan Myers Tuesday was not immediately returned.

Scruci was hired by Bowling Green in 2015. He previously served as superintendent of Gahanna-Jefferson City Schools in Franklin County.

Scruci's tenure at BG was mired by multiple failed attempts to pass a levy for new school buildings, most recently in 2022.


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