Gering Public Schools Superintendent to step down in June

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GERING, Neb. - (KNEP) - Gering Public Schools Superintendent Bob Hastings submits his letter of resignation to take another position in the state.

Bob Hastings is heading to Kearney Public Schools to be a director of human resources (Source KNEP)

Hastings, who has served as the superintendent since 2013, will step down on June 30th to take a Director of Human Resources position at Kearney Public Schools.

The Gering Public Schools Board of Education will begin the process of finding a new superintendent immediately. School Board President B.J. Peters stated they have already reached out to search firms asking for proposals to assist in the process.

“I have truly enjoyed my tenure as the superintendent in Gering over the past six and a half years, and I look forward to continuing the work in this district for the remainder of the school year,” said Hastings. “Gering is a unique community and school district, and it is one of the premier districts in Nebraska. The board of education, administration, and staff here are second to none, and I am confident that they will continue to lead this district well in the years to come.”