Mount Greylock Regional School Superintendent Kimberley Grady has tendered her resignation.

In an email sent to the Lanesborough-Williamstown district's community on Saturday afternoon, Grady confirmed what had been implied by an agenda item posted for a special School Committee meeting on Monday morning: She is leaving the district after 10 years as an administrator.

Grady said she was proud of the accomplishments of her administrative team and cited her health as one reason for her decision to leave.

Over the past two plus years the job of Superintendent was more than just running he schools within the District," Grady wrote in an email forwarded to the community by the district's director of operations at 3:25 p.m.

Last week, the School Committee appointed Robert Putnam to serve as the district's interim superintendent while Grady was on medical leave.

The last public meeting attended by Grady in her capacity as superintendent was a meeting of the district's Parent Advisory Council on June 24. learned that on Friday, June 26, then Assistant Superintendent Andrea Wadsworth informed district personnel that she would serve as acting superintendent while Grady was "unavailable."

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