Chesterfield County schools superintendent announces retirement

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Posted at 9:13 PM, Apr 09, 2024

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. -- Chesterfield Public Schools superintendent Mervin Daugherty announced Tuesday that he would retire from the position, effective June 30.

Daugherty has served as superintendent since November 2018 and spent almost 50 years working in education.

“It has been my honor to lead Chesterfield County Public Schools. Our students, teachers, families, and community are second to none,” Daugherty said. “I will miss being part of this outstanding organization.”

The Chesterfield County School Board says it will provide more information soon regarding the process to hire a new superintendent.

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