SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – The outgoing Seminole County Public Schools superintendent is speaking out about his retirement and the controversy surrounding the search for his replacement.
Dr. Walt Griffin said he is excited to retire. [TRENDING: Some vaccines more effective than others? | Ranking Disney World rides: Here’s the list | DeSantis gets J&J jab] “I’m really looking forward to a full year of travel, family, friends,” Griffin said.
He will officially leave the school district on June 30 after spending the last 40 years in education. However, determining who will take on the job next recently caused controversy. “I think what the public saw is a very tough decision for our school board,” Griffin said. “I understand and respect all thatRead more on clickorlando.com