New Albany Floyd County Schools is happy to announce the temporary interim superintendent as Bill Briscoe.
Briscoe previously worked at the district as the assistant to the superintendent for administration and operations. He was scheduled to retire on July 8, 2022.
Following the retirement of Superintendent Dr. Brad Snyder last month, the school board requested Briscoe delay his retirement until a qualified interim superintendent could be named.
“I’m humbled that the school board has asked me to step into this very important role,” Briscoe said. “New Albany Floyd County Schools has a strong history of success. My goal is to make the transition process as seamless as possible by providing continuity for our staff while also helping the district continue to offer our students the best education possible.”
Briscoe said he is excited to start the new school year.
“The most exciting time of year is always the beginning of school. Our teachers, administrators, and our entire staff will have everything ready for a successful start on August 1st,” Briscoe said. “Parents have received their Snapcodes for registration, and families can begin the registration process online. I want to thank our families in advance for completing the registration process. Our goal is to make this year the very best for our students, parents, and staff.”