Dr. Jeff Wilson has resigned as Superintendent of the Floyd County Schools. According to an FCS media release, the Board of Education and Wilson have affirmed a Mutual Separation Agreement that will allow the school system to seek new leadership in the coming months. The agreement was announced at a called meeting of the board on Monday.
Dr. Glenn White has been approved to serve as interim superintendent. The board hopes to have a permanent superintendent in place by January.
Dr. Tony Daniel, FCBOE board chairman, indicated, “We appreciate the time that Dr. Wilson was here and the progress the school system made. We wish him nothing but the best. The board asked Dr. White to step in as interim. He has 34 years of administrative experience, and we’re confident that he will do a great job to lead the system forward.”
According to Dr. Wilson, “I have really enjoyed my time working with all of the students and staff in Floyd County Schools. It’s truly been a team effort, and I’m very proud of the academic progress we made and financial stability we have had. I’m excited to see what God has for me next.”