Director Scott Stedeford submitted his resignation Monday night to the Pine-Richland School Board.
Stedeford's letter of resignation said he can no longer dedicate the time and energy needed for the job. He did not attend Monday's meeting, so President Stephen Hawbaker read the letter to the board.
Stedeford was elected in 2007 to a four-year term to represent Region 2 of Pine Township. His letter said his resignation is effective April 1.
"Scott will be missed," Hawbaker said. "We will all thank Scott in our own way and in our own time."
The board will vote at its April 11 meeting on the formal acceptance of the resignation; then it has 30 days to appoint someone to serve out the rest of the term, which expires at the end of the year.
"We are fortunate we have someone running for his seat," said Director Richard Herko.
He was referring to Ann Hynds, who is running unopposed as a Republican for the seat. Hynds did not attend Monday's school board meeting.
Anyone interested in the seat is encouraged to send a letter of interest to the Pine-Richland School Board's secretary, Carolyn Boice. A notice will be posted on the district's