Salina superintendent Bill Hall resigns

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Bill Hall, USD 305 superintendent, discusses the budget on June 7, 2017 | Photo: Emily Starkey/Salina Journal Bill Hall, USD 305 superintendent, discusses the budget on June 7, 2017 | Photo: Emily Starkey/Salina Journal
SALINA, Kan. -

Bill Hall, superintendent of the Salina School District, resigned Tuesday night from his position, effective June 30.

The resignation was accepted by the Salina School Board at its Tuesday evening meeting by a vote of 5-2, with board President Johnna Vosseller and member Ann Zimmerman dissenting.

The board had voted about a month ago to not renew Hall's contract, which expires in two years. Hall had said at that time that he intended to work through the end of the contract.

Hall has worked for the district for six years.