MORTON (WEEK) – On Tuesday, Morton School District 709 Superintendent Jeff Hill announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2021 – 2022 school year.
The Glen Ellyn native began his career as a special education teacher in Hinsdale after graduating from Illinois State University.
In 2017, Dr. Hill was hired to lead Morton School District 709.
“Morton has been an enjoyable experience, and I think it has been a productive time.”
‘We did it,’ Dr. Hill tells staff members on final day of 2021 school year.
“Dr. Hill has been a stable leader and a voice of reason, especially during times of uncertainty… Most recently, he successfully navigated the district through a full year of in-person instruction when some thought it wasn’t possible. Dr. Hill also has led the district through the incredible facilities transformation at MJHS that will be completed later this year,
as well as upgraded STEM facilities at MHS.”
-Morton School Board President Jeff Schmidgall
Dr. Hill will step down on June 30, 2022, which will end his 37-year career in education and five year run as Morton schools’ superintendent.
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