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Simi Hires Retired Superintendent for Interim

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Eager to fill a leadership void at the top, Simi Valley school trustees have tapped a retired superintendent from the Las Virgenes school district to guide local schools through the summer.

Albert “Bud” Marley will take charge of the 18,400-student Simi Valley Unified School District while trustees hunt for a permanent replacement for Supt. Tate Parker, who announced his resignation last week after a falling-out with the school board.

Trustees picked Marley based on his long experience and strong reputation. He once served as superintendent of Ojai schools and, more recently, filled in as interim superintendent of Salinas’ high school district.

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