(Logan) Effective July 1st, 2013 Logan-Magnolia Schools will have a new superintendent. Current superintendent James Hammrich is retiring and the school board has selected his successor.
School board president Dan Cohrs says Thomas Ritter will serve as the district’s new superintendent.
"Mr. Ritter has been a principal for many years and has good experience with Catholic schools in Nebraska."
Ritter will also serve as the pre-kindergarten through fourth grade principal. He has nineteen years of administrative experience. The University of Nebraska Omaha graduate has previously worked at Humphrey St. Francis, Omaha Roncalli, Mount Michael Benedictine, and most recently Howell’s-Dodge.