AARON ESPOLT, as superintendent, speaks at an open forum in 2016 to promote a school bond issue. 

 It was a full house at a school board special meeting on Monday night, all there to witness the acceptance of Aaron Espolt’s resignation as superintendent of the district.

The meeting was brief, lasting an overall 18 minutes, 15 of which were behind closed doors in executive session.

 Espolt’s resignation came after the board released an agenda saying it was going to consider firing him for reasons that have not been released publicly by officials because personnel files are private.

 To read this story in its entirety please pick up a copy of today's Cleveland American.

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