Peach County Superintendent, Dr. Susan Clark announced she'll retire this July. After taking over the reigns of a struggling school district in February of 2008, Clark helped revitalized the school system.
"I just feel like I've put my family on the back burner long enough. I feel like I've accomplished what the board wanted accomplished when I came," said
"It came down to two things. And that was going to a four day week or letting 39 teachers go. I could not see that it was going to be in the best interest of our students a week before school started to let 39 teachers go," said
"I think she has brought some great ideas to our system. I'm just grateful that we had the chance to have her here at
"My granddaughters are ages 2 to 23 so we divide them into the big girls and the little girls. I just came back from taking the big girls to
Dr. Clark will be with the district until July 1st and Chairman Johnson says the board will begin the search process for