Lou Miller Announces She Will Not Seek Re-Election As School SuperintendentMar 6th, 2012 | By Submitted | Category: Front Page
The following was shared with school employees. A copy of it was sent to Jacob Bembry, editor at Greene Publishing:
I want you to know that I have decided NOT to seek re-election in 2012. I am completing my 38th year in education and my family wants me to retire at the end of my term. I have two daughters and two grandchildren who want me to focus time and energy with them. I have a husband of 39 years who has been retired since 2007 and he wants us to spend some time together. I always advocate “family first” and so I honor this family decision. I am so appreciative of this chapter of my life as your superintendent because you have modeled the example of dedication and commitment to our children and that has made me proud to work with you to improve our school system. My term ends in November 2012 and until then I remain your greatest admirer! Thanks for all you do.
Lou S. Miller
Superintendent of Schools
Madison County School District
210 NE Duval Ave.
Madison, Florida 32340