Peach County's school superintendent is retiring. Joe Ann Denning has been in the top seat for the school system since July 2011, but her education service spans a much longer time period. She's got 44 years as an educator, according to a news release sent out today from Sara Mason with Peach County Schools.
Denning says her last day will be the end of this fiscal year- June 30.
In the news release, Denning said, "It has been an honor to serve as the Superintendent and an even greater honor to have been a part of the District for a total of 27 years. After much consideration and coming to the realization that I have accomplished my goals, I made the decision to retire. I am proud of all we have been able to accomplish. Although we are at a good point, there is still much work to be done, and I am confident that the District will continue to move ahead."