CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Association of School Superintendents has selected a new executive director.
The lobbying group says Steven Staples will start his new position on July 1. Staples has been a faculty member at the College of William and Mary since 2008, after serving as York County Schools' superintendent for 17 years.
Staples started his teaching career in 1976 in Prince George County schools. He also was principal of Hopewell High School and an assistant superintendent in Montgomery County.
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