Peach County Schools Superintendent to retire
Current Superintendent Joe Ann Denning announced she’s retiring today.
After 44 years in education, Denning said in a news release, “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.”
Denning has served as the Superintendent in Peach County since 2011.
She’ll be stepping down on June 30th.
Denning joined the Peach County School System in 1987 as the
assistant principal at Hunt Elementary.
She served in numerous administrative roles in Peach County, including Director of Federal Programs and Director of Student Services before being named Superintendent of Schools in July 2011.
Mrs. Denning is from Pascagoula, Mississippi. She received her Bachelor of
Arts Degree from Mississippi Valley State University, Master’s Degree from the
University of South Alabama, and Educational Specialist Degree from Troy State