Scranton School District Chief Operations Officer Resigns

SCRANTON, Pa. -- The chief operations officer of the embattled Scranton School District has resigned.

Jeff Brazil turned in his resignation Monday to take a position in the private sector.

The Scranton School District is in the midst of severe financial problems.

According to the auditor general's office, the district's outstanding debt exceeds $200 million.

The state has taken over the finances of the Scranton School District.

1 Comment

  • savescrantonhistory

    Shut it down. Same goes for the city and county. Until they can learn to spend within their means they shouldn’t exist. That includes NOT giving employees raises every year of every contract. Some of these crybabies demanding raises working for the public sector unions would be lucky to get a raise yearly in the private sector.

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