Charlottesville Educator Retires

By: Venton Blandin Email
By: Venton Blandin Email

March 2, 2007

Charlottesville City Schools' Assistant Superintendent for Administration said on Friday that he will be retiring.

Doctor Robert Thompson, who's been a part of the school system for 18 years, said it's time to take a break.

Dr. Thompson was a principal at Buford Middle School and Charlottesville High School before moving to Central Office.

He also filled the role of interim-superintendent.

"To sum it all up, I think I've done a little bit of everything in Charlottesville. I thoroughly love this school system. It is a great place to work, but I am very much looking forward to retirement," said Assistant School Superintendent of Administration Dr. Robert Thompson.

Dr. Thompson's official last day will be June 30, 2007.

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