He goes on to say, "... I think in order for us to be able to serve our public at a high level we're going to have to come together or quite frankly, we'll have to change superintendents. ... We tend to think that tomorrow's promised. And it's not."
Make no mistake, Easton has been a shining light for our children. His accomplishments are too long to list. But his time is up, and he knows it. Dr. David Thibodaux knew it, too. Dr. Easton recognizes that his effectiveness is restricted by the "squabbling" and "petty arguing" with the new school board, to use his words, and that's not in the best interest of our children.
So, Dr. Easton is taking the high road. Will the new school board recognize his signals ' the out he is giving them? Let's hope someone qualified will want to be the next superintendent given the micromanagement by the board.