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January 25, 2005

Homerville - A South Georgia school superintendent and principal are quitting their jobs because of disagreements with the School Board.

Clinch County Superintendent Henry Moyland and Clinch County High School Principal Robert Adams handed in their resignations January 13.

Moyland says they're being micro-managed by some School Board members and board chairwoman JoAnn Tomlison.

"We'd both love to stay, but we have to have the authority to do our jobs, to work with our people and not have to worry about somebody coming behind us trying to change the things we're doing in our school system," said Moyland.

The board will vote on whether to accept Moyland and Adams' resignations at its meeting February 3rd.

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