CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The West-Oso Independent School District superintendent announced that he would remain through 2026.
In May, 3News reported that Conrado Garcia was resigning from his position, effective Monday, June 23, 2022, citing his reasons as both personal and professional.
"So I just wanted to be of service and so thank God the board accepted that, and here we are today making this grand announcement and I promise you this will be the last time until that official announcement," Garcia said
Garcia said the school has hefty goals ahead of the school year, and that he looks forward to helping achieve them.
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