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A new administrator has been hired for the Danbury Public School District.  Instead of having an assistant superintendent, Danbury will have a chief strategy and operations officer, a chief of schools K-5, and a chief of schools 6-12.  Michael Seelig was named to the operations role at this week's Board of Education meeting.  The former teacher who has worked in K-12 schools in California and higher education with the City University of New York, will oversee several information technology, facilities, registration, and family and community engagement.  The combined cost for the three new new positions will be $500,000, replacing three unfilled positions in the budget

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