(LOGAN) Logan-Magnolia School Superintendent James Hammrich has announced his plans to retire.
James Hammrich has been in education for 37 years, the last 8 years have been spent at Logan-Magnolia. Hammrich said he felt it was time to retire and he plans on playing some golf and spending time with his grandchildren.
“I’ve certainly enjoyed my time here,” said Hammrich. “I’ve been a shared Superintendent at Walnut too, so I guess I’m leaving actually two districts and I’ve enjoyed both of them. I appreciate all they’ve done for me and I’m looking forward to seeing how many golf balls I can lose.”
Hammrich’s official last day is June 30th, 2013. The Logan-Magnolia School board held a meeting Wednesday night to begin the process of finding a new Superintendent.