The Lynchburg-Clay Local Board of Education has selected Jack Fisher to serve as their new superintendent, effective Aug. 1, 2021.
Fisher will replace Brett Justice, who resigned for retirement purposes effective July 31, 2021. Justice has served the district as superintendent since January 2015.
“We are extremely excited, as a board, with the hiring of Mr. Jack Fisher as our new district superintendent, Lynchburg-Clay Local School Board President Brad Hess said. “Jack brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our district.
“We would like to thank Mr. Justice for his years of work and wish him the best in retirement. Mr. Fisher will officially start in our district on August 1, 2021.”
Fisher said, “I am very excited about the opportunity to work with the students, staff, and community in the Lynchburg-Clay Local School District. Being part of a community that values its students is very exciting, and I look forward to talking with everyone about how we can best serve all of our students.
“Thank you to the Lynchburg-Clay Board of Education for conducting a professional and thorough search. I am looking forward to being in the Lynchburg-Clay district as soon as possible.”
Fisher most recently served as the principal of Colerain High School in Cincinnati. He has also served as an administrator in Finneytown and Mt. Healthy School districts. In addition to serving as a building leader, he has been a teacher, business manager, human resources director, and coach.
Fisher has been married for 32 years to Mindy, and they have two children, Micah and Molly. Mindy is a retired teacher who tutors elementary students in reading. Micah works for an energy company as a petroleum representative in Columbus. Molly is a special education teacher for Groveport Madison in Columbus.
The Fisher family is very excited to become a part of the Lynchburg-Clay family.
Southern Ohio Educational Service Center (SOESC) was proud to assist the Lynchburg-Clay Board of Education in their search for a superintendent to lead the district. SOESC provides quality regional educational services to the school districts in Adams, Clinton, Fayette, and Highland counties.
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