Marlboro County Schools announce superintendent finalists
Marlboro County, N.C. —
The Marlboro County Board of Education has announced the finalists for the school district's superintendent position. The decision was made Monday, according to a release.
The four finalists are back for final interviews after being chosen from more than 30 applicants across the southeast.
Those candidates are as follows:
Dr. Shawn Johnson, who since 2016 has been superintendent of Barnwell School District 19 in South Carolina and before that was principal at Dillon High School in Dillon, SC for four years;
Dr. Gregory McCord, since 2012 the Chief Auxiliary Services Officer in the Beaufort (SC) County School District and before that was principal at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School for five years;
Dr. William Stone, in his 12th year as superintendent of Caldwell County (NC) School District north of Charlotte; before that position, he served as a superintendent since 1998 in two North Carolina school districts;
Dr. Freddie Williamson, who was 2017 Superintendent of the Year in North Carolina and is completing his 12th year as superintendent of Hoke County public schools near Fayetteville, NC.
“Our school board was extremely impressed with each of these four candidates, and we had an exceptional overall group of applicants,” said Lucy Parsons, chair of the Marlboro County Board of Education.
“This has been a great process and we very much want our community to have the opportunity to meet these folks before we make a decision about the next superintendent,” she said.
The opportunity to meet and hear from the finalists starts at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, June 4 in the media center at Marlboro County High School.