Bayport-Blue Point's superintendent and assistant superintendent of curriculum are leaving the district for neighboring district roles.
What do you think is behind the exodus, especially given the tenous climate in education hiring?
There is an unsubstantiated rumour that a third administrator may be looking to leave as well.
What's your take? Does it give the district some ability to reduce staff and lower salaries or does it indicate the district isn't viewed as a place to have a long career?
Share in the comments below and take our quick poll. We'll tally votes and feedback in an article next week on how the board of education is planning to handle the leadership changes.