Less than two years after taking the helm at Dos Pueblos High
School, Principal Quentin Panek tendered his resignation to the
district last week. A letter was sent to parents informing them of
his departure at the end of the school year, and the district
officially opened the application period – which runs through
April – for the position. While the district is not permitted to
comment on the motives for the popular principal’s resignation,
Superintendent Brian Sarvis did say it was for “personal reasons.”
However, many parents of high school students have speculated that
Panek was forced out.


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