Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012
EDGEFIELD CTY., S.C. -- We now know the name of at least one person looking to become the next superintendent for Edgefield County Schools.
Greg Anderson, the current attorney for the school board, says he would be the perfect candidate. He presented the school board with a statement during Tuesday night's meeting. In it, he asks for a three-year contract.
School board members have been without a superintendent since October, when school board members voted to fire Mary Rice Crenshaw.
So far, no other candidates have been announced. Crenshaw's termination agreement means she will be in office through June.
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