WATERLOO – The DeKalb High School Principal Matthew Toth is stepping down.
The DeKalb School Board accepted Toth’s resignation this week. His resignation is effective at the end of the school year; however, his contract ends June 30th.
Toth stated that he will be working with a nonprofit organization in Auburn. He did not reveal which Auburn area nonprofit.
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