Robinson retires after 41 years at MCS
Tuesday, May 07, 2013 11:00 AM
Mike Robinson has retired from the Madison Consolidated Schools after 41 years.
Robinson is a former teacher, junior high school principal, assistant to the superintendent and - most recently - the director of operations for Madison Schools.
Superintendent, Ginger Studebaker-Bolinger said in a press release that the school is in debt to Robinson.
"Mike Robinson has been an integral part of our school system for many years. We appreciate all that Mike has done to make MCS an excellent school district for students," she said
Bolinger indicated that an immediate interim organizational plan will be implemented until a permanent replacement for Robinson can be found. Until further notice, any questions that may normally have gone to Robinson should be directed to Bolinger instead.
Robinson could not be reached for comment.