Director of student services & curriculum leaves TUSD
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Paul Hall, director of student services at Tracy Unified School District, talks to students during an anti-bullying workshop on Friday, Sept. 13, at the Institute for Global Commerce and Government.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
Paul Hall, director of student services at Tracy Unified School District, talks to students during an anti-bullying workshop on Friday, Sept. 13, at the Institute for Global Commerce and Government. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Tracy Unified School District is searching for a new director of student services and curriculum after the Nov. 22 resignation of Paul Hall.

Hall joined TUSD in May 2007, and his final day was Tuesday, Dec. 3. He began his new position Wednesday, Dec. 4, as the chief human resources officer at San Lorenzo Unified School District in San Lorenzo, near Hayward.

Hall said he took the San Lorenzo position as an opportunity to grow in his profession.

“I think I’ve done real well here,” he said. “Nothing is ever going to be perfect, but I think I worked real hard to make an impact here, and it’s time for me to go to the next stage.”

TUSD spokesman Joel Danoy said Sam Strube, assistant principal of Williams Middle School, is the interim director of student services and curriculum until a permanent replacement can be found.

Strube was hired in 1995 and has worked in administrative positions at several district schools, including Tracy High School and Monte Vista Middle School.

• Contact Denise Ellen Rizzo at 830-4225 or drizzo@tracypress.com.

 
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