Adams announces retirement
by MBJ Staff
Published: May 20,2012
Assistant superintendent Carolyn Adams is retiring after 44 years with the Lamar County School System.
Adams started her career as an English teacher at Oak Grove High School. Over the years she served as a guidance counselor, principal and became assistant superintendent in 2001.
Adams says what she will miss the most is all the great people she has worked with
WDAM TV reports interviews for a new assistant superintendent are ongoing and one could be named as early as next week.
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