Finalists for Floyd school superintendent's job announced

May 15, 2018--6:31 p.m.

NEWS RELEASE

After conducting an extensive search and completing candidate interviews, the Floyd County Board of Education has named its three superintendent finalists.

The top three finalists are Dr. April Childers of Rome, Georgia, Dr. Glenn White of Rome, Georgia, and Dr. Jeffrey R. Wilson of Cleveland, Georgia.

Dr. Childers is currently Deputy Superintendent with Floyd County Schools.

Dr. White is currently the Director of Student Services with the Floyd County School System.

Dr. Wilson is currently Superintendent of the White County School system.

Board Chairman Chip Hood said he felt like they have chosen three great finalists and believes all are fully capable of leading the school system.

The Floyd County Board of Education intends to make its final selection in approximately three weeks. 

 

 

 

 

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