Big Bear, CA, October 10, 2016 – At a Regular Board Meeting of the Bear Valley Unified School District held on Wednesday, October 5, 2016, Mr. Paul Zamoyta announced his resignation effective September 29, 2016. Mr. Zamoyta addressed the Governing Board Members, staff members, and public present at the meeting thanking them for the opportunity to serve the students, staff, and community of Bear Valley.
Mr. Zamoyta stepped down from his Governing Board Member seat to allow his wife to apply for a teaching position within the district. Mr. Zamoyta explained the process taken to come to this difficult decision noting the Governing Board is working very well together, the district has a great superintendent in place, and he felt the district was in good hands.
Mr. Zamoyta was first elected to the Bear Valley Unified School District Governing Board in November of 2008 and was re-elected in November of 2012. Mr. Zamoyta brought to the board a forward thinking approach to problem solving and always sought out the best and most innovative opportunities for the students of the Big Bear Valley. Mr. Zamoyta’s dedication to the students, district, and the entire valley will be missed on the board. The Governing Board will begin steps to fill Mr. Zamoyta’s vacant position and is currently working with legal counsel on the timeline for the appointment process.
The Governing Board asks the community to join them in wishing Mr. Zamoyta the best in all future endeavors. The endless hours dedicated to the students, staff, and community are sincerely appreciated.