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Baton handed to new Supt. Tullos


Completing his ninth and longest interim superintendent job, Granbury’s Lloyd Treadwell, who served the EISD for just under a year, is a week from completing a week of transition to his successor, Jay Tullos. An exit interview found a number of positives as well as some observations for the future. “I have really enjoyed the camaraderie and fellowship here,” he said from the central offices on West Knox. “Lion Nation has proven very courteous, cooperative and professional from the start.” Normally, a school board will employ someone to steady the school district and help direct their process of finding a new superintendent. It is often a three-to-five month period until the baton …Read the rest of this story and more stories like this in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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