Created: Fri, 18 Apr 2014 05:38:00 EST
Updated: Sat, 19 Apr 2014 11:22:28 EST
Peach County Schools will soon be looking for a new Superintendent.
Joe Ann Denning will be retiring at the end of June after 44 years of service in education, including three as Superintendent of Peach County Schools.
Denning told WGXA, "It has been an honor to serve as the Superintendent and an even greater honor to have been a part of the District for a total of 27 years. After much consideration and coming to the realization that I have accomplished my goals, I made the decision to retire. I am proud of all we have been able to accomplish. Although we are at a good point, there is still much work to be done, and I am confident that the District will continue to move ahead.”
The Chair of Peach County's Board of Education Jamie Johnson tells WGXA, “Mrs. Denning’s commitment to the District and love for the students of Peach County will be missed. She has been a valuable asset to the citizens of Peach County during her 27 years with the District.”
Denning joined Peach County Schools in 1987 as the Assistant Principal at Hunt Elementary School. She was named Superintendent in July of 2011.