Natomas District Bids Farewell To Dr. Davie – Again

Natomas school board and cabinet members recently thanked Dr. General Davie Jr. for temporarily overseeing the district’s operations with a casual taco night at the home of board president B. Teri Burns.
Davie was hired as interim superintendent Dec. 1 to head the Natomas Unified School District while it searched for a new leader following the retirement of Dr. Steve Farrar. Davie worked as Natomas superintendent from 1991-98 and San Juan Unified School District superintendent from 1998-2005, after which he retired.
During Davie’s 7-month stint back in Natomas, he oversaw a series of budget cuts, the restructuring of the district’s elementary school to K-6 campuses, and the closure of Leroy F. Greene Middle School. Burns says this is Davie’s last week before re-retiring; new superintendent Bobbie Plough started July 1.

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