TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Mark Stegeman, a long-time member of the Tucson Unified School District’s Governing Board, has submitted his resignation.
Stegeman made the announcement on Thursday, Oct. 3, during an interview on The Buckmaster Show on KVOI AM 1030.
“I would like to personally thank Dr. Stegeman for his service towards education in the Tucson Unified School District,” said Pima County School Superintendent Dustin J. Williams. “I wish him much success on his new endeavors. Our office will help expedite the governing board vacancy process going forward.”
Stegeman has been on the TUSD board since 2009. He served as board president four times, most recently from January to June this year.
His final term as president ended shortly after he walked out of a meeting that had gone past the curfew.