The Montgomery ISD board of trustees met June 30. Attendees have been spaced aside to take care of social distance. (Eva Vigh/Neighborhood Affect Newspaper)
Morrison started as a instructor in one other Montgomery County—The Montgomery County Public Colleges in Maryland. From there, he turned superintendent for the district, then superintendent for Washoe County Faculty District after which Charlotte-Mecklenburg Colleges.
“We needed the very best,” MISD President Jim Dossey stated. “This man is unbelievable.”
Morrison joined the June 30 board assembly by way of Zoom to ship a short assertion.
“I’m so thrilled to have this chance to return and be a part of this group,” he stated.
The previous superintendent, Beau Rees, left the district after being named Weatherford ISD’s new superintendent. WISD is positioned 20 miles west of Fort Price.
Ann Dixon has served as MISD’s interim superintendent.
The board started its seek for a search agency in April and in the end chosen the agency Thompson and Horton, Dossey stated. After a number of candidate interviews, the board narrowed their search to at least one candidate, Morrison, and spoke to 20 of his references, Dossey stated.
“This board has been very unified on the method of going by way of this,” he stated.