Johnson County Schools Superintedent Tom Salyer announced his retirement on Monday.
In a press release, Salyer thanked board members, students, faculty, staff, parents and community members.
Salyer has been with the Johnson County School System for 34 years.
His retirement will be effective July 31.
Dear Golden Eagle Family,
After 34 years with the Johnson County School System, I am announcing my retirement as Superintendent effective July 31st, 2017. I cannot say enough about the many people I have been associated with in my various roles including teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, Director of Pupal Personnel and Superintendent. I will always treasure the many wonderful student successes that have occurred during my educational career. The hard work shown by the students and employees of this district have made me proud to be your Superintendent. I want to thank each and every one of you from board members, students, faculty, staff, parents, as well as the many community members with whom I have had the pleasure to work in the outstanding school system.
I wish the students, faculty, staff and community continued success in the future.
Always a Golden Eagle,