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Friday, March 01, 2013 11:07 PM

Wellsville school principals resign

By The Herald Staff

WELLSVILLE — Two top Eagles flew the coop this week.

Both Sheldon Pokorney, Wellville High School principal, and Mitch Lubin, Wellsville Middle School principal, filed Thursday their letters of resignation with the school board, Jerry Henn, Wellsville superintendent confirmed Friday.

The Wellsville school board voted 6-0 Thursday to approve the resignations, Henn said. Neither provided reasons for their resignations, nor indicated their plans, Henn said.

“They’ve served Wellsvile in very good capacities. They have lots of experience,” Henn said Friday. ”They served the community very well.”

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