Greenville County Schools have administration changes


Greenville County Schools Superintendent W. Burke Royster recently announced several leadership changes in the district administration. Leroy Hamilton, former Assistant Superintendent for Middle School Leadership, has assumed duties as Interim Deputy Superintendent. In addition, he will be responsible for duties as the Director of Administrative Services with the pending retirement of Joe Broadus, who also serves as Director of Alternative Education.

Hamilton brings a wealth of knowledge and administrative experience in the school district, having served as principal of several high schools and in various district positions.

“Mr. Hamilton possesses a depth of knowledge in all the various aspects of district leadership, administration and operations,” said Mr. Royster. “I am appreciative of his willingness to assume these new responsibilities.”

Dr. Henry Hunt, former superintendent of Pickens County Schools, has joined the district as Interim Assistant Superintendent for Middle School Leadership. Dr. Hunt served as a principal and in various administrative positions in Pickens County.

“Dr. Hunt brings many years of successful school and district leadership to our school system,” said Mr. Royster. “I have known Dr. Hunt for many years and have great respect for him as an educator and as a person. I appreciate him agreeing to serve for the remainder of the school year.”

With Broadus’ retirement, Stuart Holcombe will serve as Interim Director of Alternative Education. He previously served as Coordinator of the High School Alternative Program and the Bonds Middle School Alternative Program.