Livingston Parish Superintendent to retire in July
LIVINGSTON- Livingston Parish Superintendent, John Watson, is retiring after 33 years in the school system, according to school officials.
Watson has been superintendent for the parish for 3 years and 8 months.
Watson’s contract was set to end at the end of December, but he decided the transition out of the position would be better over the summer.
Watson has served as principal to two schools, vice principal to two schools and assistant superintendent along with many other positions within the Livingston Parish Public School System.
According to the Livingston Parish School Board meeting agenda for this Thursday, the board will discuss a time frame for Watson’s replacement.
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