Hardin superintendent Chad Johnson announces resignation after five years

Big Horn County News

HARDIN — Hardin School District Superintendent Chad Johnson last week confirmed his resignation at a special board meeting.

Johnson read aloud a letter to those in attendance, echoing that he will work until the end of the academic year and the end of his contract at the end of June. The school board then motioned to accept the resignation and to begin the search process.

Trustees jokingly asked what would happen if they should not accept the resignation, out of a feeling of apparent camaraderie with Johnson. He has served in the position for five years.

Johnson’s letter:

“Dear Hardin School District 17H & 1 Trustees, staff and community,

It is with mixed emotions that I submit to you this letter of resignation, effective the end of the 22-23 school year, which is June 30, 2023.

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