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March 28, 2018

Simmons Hired as Meade County Superintendent

Jeff Simmons, a former principal at Sturgis Brown High School, was recently selected to serve as the Meade County School District Superintendent, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. In his cover letter for the position, Simmons addressed his work at the high school and his strong, personal connection to the school district.

Simmons will return to Sturgis this July. In a recent meeting, the Meade County School Board approved his hiring as well as his $128,000 salary.

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