(SD)-Two Rapid City Principals Put On Administrative Leave
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) - The principals at two Rapid City-area elementary schools have been placed on administrative leave for undisclosed reasons.
Rapid City Area Schools spokeswoman Katy Urban confirmed to the Rapid City Journal that Black Hawk Elementary Principal Holly Yamada and Valley View Principal Gregg McNabb are on paid leave pending an investigation by school district officials.
Urban declined to comment on the reasons, calling it a "personnel matter," but did say there was no threat to student safety and that the investigations are expected to be completed this week.
Former Rapid City High School Principal Deb Steele is the interim administrator at Black Hawk and former Valley View Principal Wayne Rosby has returned there temporarily.
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