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Ogden school superintendent announces retirement

Ogden school superintendent announces retirement



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OGDEN — Ogden School District Superintendent Noel Zabriskie announced his retirement Wednesday.

Zabriskie cited "personal family matters that require his full attention," according to the district. His last day as superintendent will be Sept. 6.

Zabriskie has served as superintendent since 2006 and was previously a teacher and administrator in the Weber School District.


We have fabulous students and terrific employees in Ogden. I will miss them all.

–Noel Zabriskie


"We have fabulous students and terrific employees in Ogden," he said in a prepared statement. "I will miss them all."

The district's board of education will meet in a closed session Monday to appoint a successor. It wasn't clear Wednesday afternoon if that successor would serve in an interim or permanent capacity.

Email: mfarmer@ksl.com

Molly Farmer

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