HAMILTON, Ind. (WFFT) - Hamilton Community Schools is making changes to the administration team.
The district announced two administrators left the district and those positions won't be filled.
Instead those positions will be assumed by people already working for the district to save money after an operating referendum failed last year.
Including superintendent Tony Cassel who will also serve as the high school principal.
"I hope, if anything, it shows the community I'm a superintendent who is going to keep his word when he says he's going to look at costs, look at positions and try to make appropriate decisions for the district," Cassel said.
Hamilton Community Schools will try another referendum in the fall.
Right now it is collecting signatures to be put on the November ballot.
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