Andy Hall, Former Haddonfield BOE Administrator, Lands Private Sector Job
Hall announced his resignation in April.
W. Andrew "Andy" Hall, the former business administrator for the Haddonfield Board of Education, was named a senior vice president of a South Jersey educational management company.
Source4Teachers/MissionOne, a Cherry Hill based company, specializes in recruiting, training, scheduling, managing and retaining skilled substitute teachers, according to a news release.
Hall announced his resignation during a board meeting in April. He would not say where he was going, but did say: "It's a good opportunity to gamble and see what happens."
A news release from Source4Teachers/MissionOne said Hall will provide "strategic leadership and direction."
Borough school board officials praised Hall after he announced his resignation.
"He's the finest administrator I've ever served with," Superintendent Richard Perry said.
Hall stirred controversy in March 2011 for removing a small American flag that was thumb-tacked onto a bulletin board in front of the school administration building after he received a complaint.
The flag was returned to the bulletin board 10 days later.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story included an incorrect headline. Hall's job is a private sector job.