Hastings announces for re-election as schools superintendent

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School Superintendent Bob Hastings, a third generation educator in Levy County, has announced plans to seek re-election.
Hastings taught vocational and academic classes at Chiefland and Bronson High Schools.  During that time he was an FFA advisor, football, baseball, track and weight lifting coach.  Hastings assumed many other school duties, too many to enumerate.  For the following nineteen years he served as administrator/principal for Bronson Middle/High, Cedar Key, Williston High and Chiefland High schools.  In November of 2008, he was elected school superintendent; a position he currently holds.
Bob’s career as an educator has always focused on, “the student.” He believes that every decision should be based on how to best serve the students. The educational process is an interaction between the student and teacher enabling the learning development. That is the reason that all teachers, support personnel, and administrators must work together to accomplish the mission.
Bob Hastings is a proven leader.  He is able to make the difficult decisions during an economic recession and a restructuring of the educational system mandated by the state and federal governments.  Hastings knows the importance of operating within a balanced budget.  These attributes are driven by the Christian values inherited from his family.
Our future, our children’s future is too important to leave to chance.  Re-elect a sound conservative, republican, and Christian,for school superintendent.