June 14, 2019 - 3:49 pm - Posted in News

George, Iowa — After having served only two years, the superintendent of the George-Little Rock Schools is resigning.

In a statement, Superintendent John Eyerly said that he is “charting a new journey.” Eyerly says he has decided to resign and focus on family. He says he grew up in southwest Iowa near Council Bluffs and was “thrilled to return to Iowa from Wisconsin to be closer to my elderly mother.”

Eyerly says he appreciates the support he has received from George-Little Rock students, staff and community.

He says that the George-Little Rock Board Of Education is reviewing various options to fill the position.

Eyerly tells us he wishes nothing but the best for the George-Little Rock school and community.

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