Published On: Wed, Jan 22nd, 2014

Flamig to resign at end of school year

HARTINGTON — Hartington Public School will bid a tearful goodbye to a long-time staff member when school lets out for the summer.

After more than 32 years in the education field and eight years at the School, K-12 Principal Russell Flamig will be retiring.

He recently accepted the position of regional coordinator for the Northeast Community College satellite office being set up in Hartington.

Flamig’s official letter of resignation was read at Monday’s Hartington Public School Board meeting.

The Board with tear-filled eyes, listened as Supt. Randy Anderson commented on the principal’s time here.

“I would just like to say that over the years that I’ve worked with Mr. Flamig, I’ve really enjoyed his professionalism and what he does for the students at this school,” he told those present.

He added Flamig will be missed greatly by the staff and students.

After reading the letter, Anderson, and the other Board members shook hands with and thanked Flamig for everything he has done for the school.

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