By Crystal Wylie
Register News Writer
Randy Neeley, Madison County Schools’ director of pupil personnel, was named the district's interim superintendent Thursday night.
The decision was announced after the school board came out of an executive session.
Neely, who was principal at White Hall Elementary when he was moved to his current central office job nearly three years ago, will serve until the board names a permanent replacement for Superintendent Tommy Floyd.
Floyd, superintendent for the past five years, is leaving June 30 to become chief of staff for Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday.
Also Thursday, the board changed the time of its Tuesday meeting from 5:30 to 6 p.m.
For more about Thursday night’s school board meeting, see Saturday’s Richmond Register or visit www.richmondregister.com.