Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson schools soon will be looking for a new leader.
Superintendent Matt Prusiecki, who has been with Indian Creek schools for two years, plans to leave in less than two weeks to take over as the superintendent of Decatur Township schools in Indianapolis. School officials from Decatur Township will vote on Prusiecki’s contract on Aug. 27, and he plans to start the next day, he said.
Prusiecki, who’s been working in education for 21 years, spent 10 years as an assistant principal and principal at schools in Decatur Township.
At Indian Creek, Prusiecki oversaw about 1,800 students and worked with more than 100 teachers at the school district’s four buildings. He was paid $113,000 per year.