Diane Ramos-Kelly, who has led the Valhalla school district for five years, has announced plans to retire this summer to spend more time with her family.
“I love this community. It’s been my pleasure and honor to serve here,” Ramos-Kelly said this morning. “I’m 58. I’m going to be a grandma. I’m looking forward to that and spending time with my family.” (You can view her letter to the Board of Education here.)
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Photo: Valhalla Schools Superintendent Diane Ramos and exchange student Hendrik Fielder at the Valhalla International Fund Friendship Dinner. (Southern Westchester BOCES)