Assistant Superintendent Pat Rosenthal has been a fixture in Clark County Public Schools for the past 25 years.
But when her colleagues begin preparing for the upcoming school year later this summer, Rosenthal will be kicked back and enjoying the beginning of her retirement.
Rosenthal announced May 18 that she would be retiring effective June 30. The decision, she said, was something she had been thinking about for the last couple of months.
“I had been thinking about it and decided about a month ago that the time was right,” Rosenthal said. “I really enjoy what I do, but I want to have more time to do some of the things I’ve been wanting to do but just didn’t have time to do, like traveling. This will open time for me to get out and enjoy those things.”