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CORRECTION

 

We wanted to make two corrections in last week’s story about Associate Superintendent David Cairy obtaining a new job.

The first correction is that although it is a state-wide job, and he will be based in Lansing, it is not a job specifically with the state of Michigan. Grant money from the State of Michigan funds the project, and is funneled through an Intermediate School District.

It should have read, and was corrected on our website to read: “David Cairy, the associate superintendent at Cedar Springs Public Schools, is leaving his position at Cedar Springs this week to take on a new position as Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant (TRIG) Project Director. He will oversee the TRIG operations located at, and in partnership with the Michigan Association of Intermediate School District Superintendents, in Lansing. He will also have a home base at the Kent Intermediate School District.”

The Post did not receive a call back by press time from the ISD that the project was originally funded through.

The second correction is that Cairy did not apply for the Superintendent’s job when Andy Booth retired, only when Ron McDermed retired.

We apologize for the error.

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