In this file photo, Beaufort County School District Superintendent Valerie Truesdale, left,  speaks with Norma Stewart, wife of county councilman Jerry Stewart, and  Tom Leitzel, president of Technical College of the Lowcountry, during a  reception for the outgoing superintendent at Hilton  Head Island High School. Stewart said she had come to thank Truesdale  for what she had done during her tenure with the district. "It's a shame  that she's leaving," Stewart said. Truesdale accepted a job as  chief information officer in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District.
In this file photo, Beaufort County School District Superintendent Valerie Truesdale, left, speaks with Norma Stewart, wife of county councilman Jerry Stewart, and Tom Leitzel, president of Technical College of the Lowcountry, during a reception for the outgoing superintendent at Hilton Head Island High School. Stewart said she had come to thank Truesdale for what she had done during her tenure with the district. "It's a shame that she's leaving," Stewart said. Truesdale accepted a job as chief information officer in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District. Jay Karr, Staff photo
In this file photo, Beaufort County School District Superintendent Valerie Truesdale, left, speaks with Norma Stewart, wife of county councilman Jerry Stewart, and Tom Leitzel, president of Technical College of the Lowcountry, during a reception for the outgoing superintendent at Hilton Head Island High School. Stewart said she had come to thank Truesdale for what she had done during her tenure with the district. "It's a shame that she's leaving," Stewart said. Truesdale accepted a job as chief information officer in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District. Jay Karr, Staff photo

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