When it comes to the Superintendent’s position, it appears that it’s back to the drawing board for the Washington Island School District. WDOR News has learned that current Superintendent Tammy Kielbasa informed the board of education Monday of her decision to leave the island school as of June. Kielbasa signed on as Superintendent last year after Tim Raymond moved on. She had been an elementary school Principal for the Peshtigo School District. The resignation was prompted by a job offer from the Belleville School District in Dane County, considered part of the Madison metropolitan area. Her new position will be Director of Students Services. Because she decided to leave before the end of her two-year contract, Kielbasa was assessed a financial penalty by the school board. As it has in the past, the board is expected to work with Cesa-Seven in an effort to find a new Superintendent by July first.