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DCSS Chief is open to staying on

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Dr. David Mosely has been acting interim superintendent for DCSS  for about a year Dr. David Mosely has been acting interim superintendent for DCSS for about a year
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Dr. David Mosely has been acting interim superintendent for the Dougherty County School System  for about a year.    

He thinks it's important for school board members to go through the process of finding a permanent leader with a fair and open mind, and said Tuesday he would be open to staying on-  if they can't find a suitable candidate.  

Moseley said he's happy with the progress they've made so far, but that there is plenty of work left to do.

  "We made a lot of progress and selfishly I would like to see some of that through.  But the most important this is that they do this search fairly and openly and honestly.  And then if someone doesn't emerge, we'll talk."      

The Dougherty County school system is accepting applications until this Friday.   Mosely's contract expires in June 2014.

 

 

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