August 23, 2007
Ray Dingledine has worked in Greene County Schools for 37 years, the last 18 of those as Superintendent. He announced to the School Board Wednesday night that the 2007-2008 year will be his last. He says he's seen many changes over the years, but student success is number one.
“We had 82 percent of our senior class go on to further their education, almost all of those to college,” Dingledine said. “We had 100 percent of our seniors graduate. Our test scores have improved significantly and we're just doing a lot for children.”
Dingledine worked as a bus driver, coach, teacher and administrator in Greene County. It'll now be up to the School Board to choose a replacement.
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