A letter has been sent to parents in the Lakeshore Public Schools regarding the resignation of Superintendent Cynthia Vujea. She stepped down during a special meeting of the school board on Monday night, and issued a statement saying she was "regretfully" stepping down and would be moving closer to family. She will be paid through the end of this academic year on June 30, but will no longer be running the day-to-day operations of the district. Those will be handled in the interim by Assistant Superintendent Julie Powell as the board launches a search for Vujea's replacement. Her departure comes as the district is gearing up to ask taxpayers to hand over a total of $51.6 million in a pair of bond proposals in May for what officials are calling highly important to critical upgrades. Voters soundly rejected a $103.5 million bond proposal in 2011.
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