CALHOUN COUNTY, Miss. (WTVA) - The superintendent of the Calhoun County School District is making plans to possibly retire.
Mike Moore says he is working with the school board to see if a replacement can be found. If not, he says he will stay on.
The announcement could come as early as Christmas.
Currently, Moore and Bruce High School Principal Michael Gillespie are accused of failing to report alleged sexual misconduct in April.
This allegedly involved Bruce High School teacher Loray Jordan and a student.
Jordan was arrested on April 21.
- Possible retirement for Calhoun Co. school superintendent
- Okolona school superintendent to retire
- Calhoun City Police Chief Tito Lopez retiring
- Tupelo Schools Superintendent Dr. Gearl Loden to retire
- Monroe County school superintendent to retire at end of school year
- Superintendent: Alabama school agency eliminated deficit
- Hickman out as superintendent of Columbus schools
- Columbus close to hiring new school superintendent
- Rob Picou named new TPSD school superintendent
- UPDATE: List narrows for Columbus school superintendent