2014-01-09 / Front Page

Rosander is leaving for Denair school district

Aaron Rosander, Mariposa County Unified School District's Superintendent since 2010, has accepted a job with Denair Unified School District.

The Mariposa district school board was scheduled to accept Rosander's resignation at a 7 p.m. meeting on Thursday, Jan. 9.

Rosander did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment on the move.

Barry Cole, a spokesman for the Denair Unified Teacher's Association, told the Modesto Bee that Rosander was "a fantastic choice."

"Mr. Rosander has a great reputation and has experience with our kind of issues," Cole said.

Rosander, 57, succeeded former Mariposa superintendent Randy Panietz in 2010. 

Rosander taught science for many years and served as principal of Mariposa County High School and Lake Don Pedro Elementary School.

Read more about Rosander's departure in the Thursday, Jan. 16 MARIPOSA GAZETTE.

GAZETTE file photo.GAZETTE file photo.

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Mr. Rosander was a good

Mr. Rosander was a good teacher and principal, but to walk away two years after shutting a good, productive school like Coulterville-Greeley Elementary is B.S. I know it took a Board decision and am not very happy Eldon Henderson signed his name, after coming back from Winton, as well. Thank you for not letting children growing up on the North Side to stay a little closer to home while going through grade school, instead they go to Don Pedro to get snake bit.

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