Canandaigua Superintendent Lynne Erdle to retire after school year

After 39 years in the district, Canandaigua Superintendent Lynne Erdle said she cannot imagine not being part of the schools. But, in announcing her impending retirement, she said this has been a decision she has weighed for a couple of years and leaving will be difficult.

“Mostly because I love this job and I love this district,” Erdle said. “Eventually, you have to take the next step into the next journey.” Erdle, 60, who is the district’s first female superintendent, will be retiring after the end of the 2016-17 school year.

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