Kimber Halliburton resigns as superintendent in Mississippi, heading to Nashville

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(WJHL)- After less than a year leading the school district in Madison County, Mississippi, Kimber Halliburton has resigned from the superintendent post. That’s according to a news release posted on the school system website.

Prior to Halliburton’s arrival in Madison County, Mississippi, she was the Superintendent in Washington County, Tennessee.

Halliburton resigned from her job in Washington County, Tennessee in May 2018.

Halliburton was the first female director of schools in Washington County. She previously worked for Davidson County Schools in Middle Tennessee. 

The announcement of Halliburton’s resignation from her current job in Mississippi said, “Mrs. Halliburton plans to return to her hometown of Nashville to pursue other opportunities and take care of family issues. The Board of Education of Madison County wishes her well in her future endeavors.”

That statement also said her resignation was effective immediately.

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