In the wake of sizable layoffs, program cuts, increased fees and, most recently, Superintendent Wayne Ogden's resignation announcement, the school community must remember its pursuit of greatness, School Committee Chairman Jeffrey Roy said.
Many are disappointed Ogden is leaving at end of the school year, he said, but district leaders "still have a job to do," he said.
"One person can't make or break a district. We have 1,000 employees in Franklin public schools, and every person is an integral part of that team. It doesn't rise or fall on one person's shoulders.
"A really good leader can leave the team and (still) have a great system in place. I think we have that leader and that team," said Roy.
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