Brantley announces retirement
Neshoba County Schools’ Dr. Lundy Brantley announced his retirement Friday as superintendent of education to enter the private sector, school officials say.
Brantley said he made his decision to retire after much thought and prayer.
“It is not something I’ve taken lightly,” he said. “I’ve prayed about it and asked God to reveal the right time and he has. I have a great peace about it but still, my heart is heavy.”
Brantley will go into the private consulting business after his last day on June 30.
Brantley was Neshoba Central’s first appointed superintendent. He took the helm in July 2017.