Williams Out As Smyrna Superintendent According To District, Leaving In August

The Smyrna School District has announced the retirement of Superintendent Patrik Williams.

After a special school board meeting on April 30, 2022, the district announced that Williams was taking a leave of absence. Deborah Judy was then appointed as the Acting Superintendent according to a message on the district’s website at the time.

Today the district has announced that Williams will retire on August 1, 2022.

No reason was given for the special meeting in April or why Williams decided to retire. Williams has been in public education for 37 years in public education, 18 of those years in the Smyrna School District. He served as the Smyrna School District Superintendent for 5 years.

Judy will continue in her role as Acting Superintendent until a Superintendent is named, according to a statement from the school.

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