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Lowndes Superintendent Wes Taylor announces retirement

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Lowndes County Schools Superintendent Wes Taylor announced his plan to retire effective July 1, 2022.


Wes Taylor announced at the Lowndes County School Board meeting on February 21, 2022 that he intends to retire as Superintendent of the Lowndes County School System effective July 1, 2022. Taylor has served as Superintendent for 10 years, and prior to that, served as High School Principal for 21 years, including Lowndes High from 2003-2012. Prior to his administrative experience, he also served as an Assistant Principal, teacher, football, baseball, and strength coach.

In his statement to the board, Mr. Taylor stated, “It has been my honor and privilege to spend the last 19 years as a part of the Lowndes County School System Leadership Team. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with some of the finest educators anywhere. The success we have enjoyed can be attributed to the commitment and dedication of the people who make up the Lowndes County School System. The LCSS is positioned for ongoing success academically and operationally.”

Taylor concluded by saying, “I will continue to be an active part of our community and an avid supporter of our One Lowndes family.”