Thursday, July 26, 2012
COLUMBIA COUNTY, Ga. -- Columbia County's school superintendent says it is time to move on and let someone else take charge of your child's education.
The school system says Charles Nagle will retire at the end of the upcoming school year. His retirement will be effective on June 30, 2013. Nagle has been working in education for 37 years. During that time he's served as a teacher, coach, principal and superintendent.
In a letter to the school board, Nagle said: "I can say unequivocally that I could not have been more fulfilled by a career that has offered a multitude of rewards in helping students, their families and this community reap the benefits of what an outstanding education and school system have to offer. I am humbled by the opportunities I have experienced during my career."