Lansing school superintendent given 'two weeks notice'
The Lansing school board voted Thursday night to give the district’s superintendent two weeks notice.
Dr. T.C. Wallace has been the capitol city’s school superintendent since 2007.
He agreed last year to leave the district at the end of this academic year.
But the school board decided to speed up Wallace’s departure.
The district is facing major restructuring questions and an estimated budget deficit that could be as high as 20 million dollars.
After March 1st, Wallace will be on paid administrative leave, until his old contract expires later this year.