Thursday, March 15, 2012

Rock Hill's Moody is a finalist for Greenville supt

This, from today's Rock Hill Herald online:

Rock Hill schools Superintendent Lynn Moody is one of three finalists in the running to lead Greenville County schools.

If chosen Moody would take charge of a district with more than four times as many students as Rock Hill’s.

The other finalists are Burke Royster, Greenville County schools’ deputy superintendent of operations, and Eugene White, superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools.

Phinnize Fisher, the Greenville Superintendent for more than seven years, is retiring later this year. The district heard from 72 applicants from across the country.

The Greenville County School Board has been interviewing candidates this week.

Moody and the other finalists will spend a day in the district next week where they’ll employees, students and parents.

The board is expected to meet March 24 to discuss the finalists and name a new superintendent “shortly thereafter.”

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