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Truby retiring; school system seeking new superintendent

The Lamar County Board of Education has posted its school superintendent position as being open and has hired a consulting firm to screen candidates. Current superintendent Dr. Bill Truby confirmed Wednesday morning that he is retiring. The following notice appears on the school website: The Lamar County Board of Education, Barnesville, Georgia, is seeking a new superintendent. The system enrollment is 2600 (K-12) with four schools. King-Cooper and Associates will assist the Board of Education with the search for the new superintendent. Interested applicants should contact Frank King (770-468-2021), Sandy Addis (864-934-8572), or Henry Cooper (478-397-1976) for additional information about the application process or visit www.kingcooper.com. Completed application packages for this position must be received by the close of the business day Friday, March 14, 2014. The application materials should be mailed to the following address: King-Cooper and Associates Lamar County Search P.O. Box 686 Thomaston, Georgia 30286 For a candidate’s application package to be considered, it must include the following: â’“º A formal letter of application â’“º Three copies of a current resume â’“º A copy of the Georgia leadership certificate (Georgia candidates only) â’“º Names, addresses, and two telephone numbers (office and home or cell) of four references

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