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Glenn leaving to accept supt. post
Trinity Standard - July 2008
TRINITY – Assistant Supt. Jeremy Glenn will be resigning from the Trinity school system in order to accept the superintendent’s post with the Central Heights ISD.
Glenn joined the Trinity ISD staff in July 2004 as principal of Trinity High School and was promoted last year to the position of assistant superintendent.
Although word that he would be leaving has been circulating within the local school system for several weeks, Glenn formally announced his plans last week after the Central Heights School Board named him as the lone finalist for the superintendent’s job.
In a message sent to the TISD faculty on July 9, Glenn announced his decision and thanked the local school’s staff for their support and friendship.
“This decision was not made in haste and has been the most difficult one I’ve made in my career…without question,” he said.
The Class 2A Central Heights district is located north of Nacogdoches and is currently a “recognized” district by the Texas Education Agency based on their Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) test results.
Glenn will replace former CHISD Superintendent Pat Adams, who resigned to accept the superintendent’s job with the Daingerfield-Lone Star ISD.
After earning a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Tyler in 2000, Glenn received his Master of Education degree in administration and his superintendent’s certification from that school in 2003. He currently is completing work on his doctorate from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville.
Prior to coming to Trinity, he served as a teacher/coach in Mineola from 2000-2003 and as the principal and interim superintendent with the Oakwood ISD near Palestine in 2003-2004.