A former associate superintendent for the Rock Hill School District is returning to be the interim superintendent for the district while its board decides on a permanent successor for the departing Lynn Moody.
Moody leaves at the end of September as she takes a similar job in North Carolina.
John Taylor is taking over in the meantime and he’s a former superintendent for Lancaster County Schools.
Rock Hill School Board member Walter Brown says Taylor brings a lot to the table.:
But the board still has to find a permanent successor to the departing Lynn Moody. Board Chairman Jim Vining says there are several aspects to that search.:
Moody told the board Monday night that she is leaving at the end of September to become the superintendent for the Rowan-Salisbury School System in North Carolina.