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SELMA, AL (WSFA) -

Three Selma City School district administrators are officially no longer employed by the school system.

Superintendent Gerald Shirley and his two deputies Wanda McCall and Mamie Solomon have agreed to retire effective September 1.

Shirley, McCall and Solomon were placed on leave earlier this year after a state investigation showed fiscal irresponsibility, grade-changing and looking the other way when reports that a teacher was having sexual relations with students.

State intervention team leader Dr. Larry DiChiara would not reveal any parts of the agreement, but called the parting "amicable". 

In April the administrators appealed the state investigation team's recommendation that they be fired.

This marks the end of the investigative side of the state takeover but the intervention continues in terms of implementing new policies, hiring new personnel, and installing a different mindset.

Reporter Bryan Henry will have more details on this story tonight on WSFA 12 News. Check back for updates.

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