Created: 01/17/2014 8:32 PM WHEC.com
News10NBC is hearing from the Rochester City School superintendent, one day after principals and administrators decided to proceed with a vote of no confidence. News10NBC was told the ballots would be sent out this week.
In a statement, Dr. Bolgen Vargas says, "Improving student achievement will require a serious change in the way we manage our organization. I understand that these changes cause discomfort for many administrators. Our school district desperately needs to improve and it is regrettable to see the leaders of the administrative union focused on creating friction among adults instead of solutions to serve children."