Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Williams will leave job for Texas position

Nov 15, 2020 by

Loudoun County Public Schools superintendent leaving LCPS | News |  loudountimes.comEric Williams, who has held Loudoun’s top job since 2014, will head the Clear Creek Independent School District in Houston.

The superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools, Eric Williams, is leaving the Northern Virginia school district — which enrolls 82,000 — to head a school system in Texas.

Williams, who has led the school district through a tumultuous period of largely online-only learning over the past six months, will head the Clear Creek Independent School District in the metropolitan area of Houston, according to a Loudoun news release. Leaders in the Clear Creek district, which serves 42,000 students, named him as the sole finalist for the position on Monday.

It is not clear when Williams will formally depart Loudoun for Texas, because Clear Creek has not yet named his start date.

The Loudoun County School Board will “carefully select the strongest possible candidate to serve as the next superintendent . . . once the appointment is made official,” according to the news release.

Source: Loudoun County Schools Superintendent Williams will leave job for Texas position – The Washington Post

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