3 finalists named for Cherokee County Schools’ chief
GAFFNEY, S.C. (AP) — The Cherokee County School District board of trustees has narrowed its superintendent search to three finalists.
The Spartanburg Herald-Journal reports the finalists announced Friday are Cynthia Ambrose, the deputy superintendent for learning services in the Charleston County School District; Dana G. Fall, the chief operations officer in the Sumter School District; and Greggory R. Slate, the senior director of secondary schools and administration for the Rockingham County School District in Eden, North Carolina.
Slate was also a finalist for Spartanburg County School District 5 superintendent in April.
One of the three will replace interim Superintendent Donald Andrews, who was appointed in December after the resignation of former Superintendent Quincie Moore. Moore left after a Dec. 3 DUI charge.
A final round of interviews will be conducted May 20-22.
Information from: Herald-Journal, http://www.goupstate.com/