Edgefield County makes superintendent offer

September 12, 2007

EDGEFIELD, S.C.---Edgefield County schools could have a new leader any day now. School board members offered the superintendent job to Mary Rice-Crenshaw.

Dr. David Mathis, who had served as assistant superintendent in Edgefield County, was the other candidate being considered.

Rice-Crenshaw is the current superintendent in Clarendon County. She has 14 days to accept her new position.


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  • by Supporter of RIce-Crenshaw Location: Edgefield Former Resident on Sep 14, 2007 at 07:45 PM
    Ms.Crenshaw, welcome to our district. We are in need of someone with your talents and credibility. On behalf of former and current students of the district--- our time has come for greatness! Our time has come for greatness and Dr. Rice-Crenshaw is taking us there! Watch us SOAR to Excellence!
  • by Proud Citizen Location: Edgefield County on Sep 14, 2007 at 07:39 PM
    Congratulations, Dr. Crenshaw... We are headed for a great road of success under your leadership. Not only will our community benefit, but our children. You have an exceptional track record and we look forward to working with you, and helping you make our district # 1 in the state. Welcome and we are here for you!
  • by Edgefield Teacher Location: Edgefield on Sep 12, 2007 at 02:18 PM
    The Edgefield County School Board has OFFICIALLY blackened the county and school district as a whole. It will only be a matter of time before the state will be TAKING OVER the schools and Edgefield's children will have to pay the price. I attend meetings and am supportive to the STUDENTS and I WILL NOT be intimidated by those who have no clue on how to run a school district with "intestinal fortitude"!
  • by STHS C/O 88 Location: USA on Sep 12, 2007 at 11:32 AM
    I am so glad the board didn't give in to the David Mathis supporters he has his chance to prove himself in Aiken County.Hopefully he could do this job then maybe one day he'll move up.And for those of you who don't agree either attend the meetings and be supportive or keep your mouth closed thank you very much.
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