Clarke County Democrat

Clarke’s new superintendent sworn in

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Ashlie Flowers was sworn in as Clarke County’s superintendent of education in a ceremony at Grove Hill City Hall Thursday afternoon, June 29. From left, administering the oath is Clarke County District Judge J. R. Morgan. Cecilia Adams, a retired Clarke County teacher, holds Bibles for her daughter that belonged to the new superintendent’s late father, Ronnie Adams, also a Clarke County educator. Looking on are her children, Margaret and Haas, and her husband, Alex. When Superintendent Larry Bagley decided to retire before the end of his term, the county school board sought applicants and Flowers was selected for the job. She has been career tech director for the school system and also taught at Clarke County High School. She will serve the remainder of the current term starting July 1 and will likely seek election to a full term next year.



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