The Clarkstown Board of Education last night said they and their superintendent of schools have parted ways, though they didn’t say why, and replaced him with their current Assistant Superintendent for Personnel. According to a letter posted on the district’s website last night, Jeff Sobel was made Acting Interim Superintendent of Schools, and he’ll fill that position until a replacement is found. Several controversies have dogged Superintendent Dr. Martin Cox of late, including the early start date of the school year, the pandemic mask policy and a diversity and equity initiative. Dr. Cox has been Superintendent of the Clarkstown Central School District since 2016. The board expects to have a full-time Superintendent in place for the next academic year.