The Santa Rosa County School Board did something unusual on April 23 – it voted against a recommendation by Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick.
In a 3-2 vote, the board opposed his proposed rezoning of nine Pace area schools.
It was a rare move, according to Rhonda Chavers, president of Santa Rosa Professional Educators, the district’s teachers’ union.
“Tim Wyrosdick has had two votes in seven and a half years against his recommendations,” she said, pointing out in February 2013 the board unanimously supported a union push for a pay increase.
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