Farmington superintendent resigns

Farmington superintendent Brad Meeks will resign midway through his contract after receiving criticism, according to the Star Tribune.

Meeks plans to leave in August, which is a year before his contract expires, the Pioneer Press reported.

The school board approved an agreement with Meeks to resign Monday.

It was unclear why this agreement has been made.

"I think it would just put to rest a lot of issues we have had," said board chairwoman Tera Lee.

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