Rock Hill School Superintendent finalist for job | News
ROCK HILL, SC (WBTV) - Rock Hills schools Superintendent Dr. Lynn Moody is one of three finalists being considered for the top job with Greenville County Schools.
Greenville County Schools is South Carolina's largest and nation's 49th largest school district with approximately 70,000 students.
Moody was one of 72 people from across the country who applied for the position.
She has been superintendent of Rock Hill Schools since August 2006. Before that she served as an Associate Superintendent for the district.
The other two finalists are: William Burke Royster Jr., deputy superintendent, Greenville County Schools, South Carolina; and Dr. Eugene G. White, superintendent, Indianapolis Public Schools, Indiana.
The three finalists will spend a day meeting with school board officials, teachers, parents, students and other community leaders during the week of March 19.
The Greenville County school board is expected to announce the new superintendent after March 24.
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