Special Session of Windsor School Board Final Meeting for Retiring Keck
Published on June 27 2013 6:50 pm
Last Updated on July 14 2013 4:07 pm
Written by Greg Sapp
Superintendent Sharon Keck has worn several hats in her years in the Windsor School District; some of those hats were worn at the same time.
Wednesday night's special board meeting was the final one for Keck, who is retiring after 40 years working in the district.
Keck worked as a teacher aide during her first year in the district in 1973. She then taught in the district for 14 years and then served as a building principal for three years. For the past 19 years, Keck has served as Windsor superintendent; sometimes also serving as a building principal.
Asked for what she'll remember the most, Keck only hesitated a moment before she replied, "The kids."
Keck said she'd be cleaning out her desk on Friday and then, that was it. Asked what she'd be doing with her spare time, she said she'd likely be going back to work. She said her husband has been retired for 14 years and said with a hearty laugh that if they were at home together that much, "We might kill each other."
The only action at the special meeting involved the award of bids to the Ramza Insurance Group for all of the district's commercial, umbrella and legal liability coverages.