Jack Elzay superintlháent of the Arm Arbor School District for 14 years before his resignation in 1967, has been given a 60-day leave of absence from his duties as superintendent of the Carman School District near Flint and will not be asked to return to that job. The Carman Board of Education took the action earlier thisj week, accordingto Schoolj Board President J. Michael McKenna, because "we did not] Leel Elzay was administratingj the district as well as he should have." Malcolm Chubb has been named acting superintendent of the Carman district and will retain that job for the remainder of the school year, McKen-' na told The News this morning. Elzay still has another year to run on his three-year contract, which expires next sumimer. He became Carman! [superintendent in the f all of' 1967, shortly after lea ving Ann Arbor. I McKenna said Elzay is a "very talented" man, and may be asked to take another post with the Carman School District after his. paid 60-day leaveof absence is ended. The Carman School District has about 9,400 students. Elzay came to Ann Arbor in 1953 to succeed Otto W. Haisley as superintendent of schools. Previously, he was superintendent at Downers Grove, 111., a Chicago suburb. Elzay holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Ohio Northern University and a master's degree from Columbia University Teachers College.
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