LeBrun a finalist for Peach County job
By Brian Bowden

McDuffie County Schools Superintendent Jim Lebrun was named as one of two finalists for the superintendent position in Peach County, according to the school district’s website.
LeBrun, whose contract does not end until July of 2015, was named as one of the finalists at the board’s study session on May 27. The board is holding a public forum on June 17 at Peach County High School to introduce the two candidates and give them the opportunity to speak about their vision for the future.
LeBrun, or other finalist Daryl Fineran, will most likely replace retiring Peach County Board of Education Superintendent Jo Ann Denning. The school board plans to name a new superintendent at a called meeting on June 20.
Lebrun, who has been superintendent for the past five years in McDuffie County, submitted his application for the Peach County position on May 7. “I believe that I have the skills, the knowledge, the experience and the desire necessary to be an exceptional leader for the Peach County School System and community,” said LeBrun in his application. “I can truly say that I believe in my heart, and with all of my being, that all of my formal education as well as my work experiences have prepared me for this opportunity. I feel a true calling to this position.”

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