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.