District officials expect interim Rochester Superintendent Daniel Lowengard to be discharged from the hospital on Wednesday after he fainted Monday during a meeting.
The district says Superintendent Lowengard is in good spirits and will return to work after his hospital stay.
Lowengard was taken to the hospital for treatment after he collapsed during a meeting with principals and other admin staff Monday afternoon.
It was the second time Lowengard had suffered a medical ailment while serving as interim superintendent with the district. In 2016, Lowengard suffered a stroke while on the job. He later resigned.
However, after making a full recovery, Lowengard once again agreed in December to lead the district after Barbara Deane-Williams stepped down from the position.