ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Cordova School Superintendent Leroy Key will resign April 1.
Key told the Cordova Times he is leaving to take care of family affairs Outside.
''I've been here five years and it has been a very good experience,'' Key said.
The district went from having fewer than a dozen computers to more than 150 under Key's tenure. Most were obtained with grant money or corporate donations.
The community approved a $500,000 school bond issue and the district adopted textbook standards.
Key said he intends to visit relatives after he retires and eventually to relocate to Anchorage.
School board President Leslie Justice said a committee has been set up to determine what kind of a search will be made for Key's successor. Justice said a decision will not be made until next month.
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