More people are leaving their jobs at Bryan Schools.
On Monday, The Bryan City Board of Education accepted the retirement of four more staff members.
Retirement resignations were accepted from Rita Detwiler as grade three intervention teacher after 35 years with the district, and Lana Newcomer as school nurse after 28 years. Retirement resignations, with the intent to rehire, were approved for Todd Fruth, special education supervisor, after 17 years; and Debra Opdycke, speech and language pathologist, after 23 years.
The Bryan Times reports that this brings the total up to 16 staff members who now are leaving Bryan City Schools.