Longview ISD superintendent sets January 2015 retirement
Longview — Longview ISD Superintendent James Wilcox will retire again by January 2015, district officials said Tuesday.
Wilcox, who has led the about 8,500-student district since 2007, will spend his final months aiding his replacement in transitioning into the district, officials said.
“With him as the day-to-day manager, we have been able to move forward, but I think this will also let us continue to move forward in a positive manner,” said Longview ISD board President Ted Beard.
District spokesman Adam Holland said Wilcox was not available for comment Tuesday.
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