El Dorado County Board Selects Ed Manansala

The new superintendent of schools for El Dorado County is Ed Manansala. He defeated 15 other applicants to replace Jeremy Myers who resigned in November after getting arrested twice for allegedly driving under the influence.

Manansala was previously the deputy superintendent of educational services for the El Dorado County Office of Education. He was also formerly a superintendent of St. Hope schools in Sacrament

According to Dina Gentry, a spokeswoman for the El Dorado County Office of Education, Mansala will receive a $196,837 salary and a $7,600 expense allowance every year. His duties will include overseeing the 412 students that are part of the County Office of Education.

Manansala will complete Meyers’ term, which ends Jan. 7, 2019.

 

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