By Tim Kowols
For the fourth time in approximately eight years, the Washington Island School District must look for a new superintendent. Current superintendent Mati Palm-Leis turned in his letter of resignation during the district’s board meeting on Tuesday evening after three years on the job. Palm-Leis told DoorCountyDailyNews.com he is departing the district on good terms and has made some great friends along the way, but is leaving the post due to family reasons. The Washington Island School District will begin searching for his replacement. Palm-Leis will serve as superintendent until June 30.