Central Unified Fires Superintendent Sutton

Amid an angry group of parents, the Central Unified school board voted 4-3 to dismiss Superintendent Mark Sutton at its meeting last Tuesday night.

It is a case of déjà vu for Sutton. Prior to taking over as Central’s superintendent in August 2015, he was dismissed by the Selma Unified school board.

Sutton served as the Selma superintendent for seven years before his 2015 termination.

Just like in that case, the board gave no concrete reason as to their decision.

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