|Official Press Release
Contact: Debbie Crane
Date: February 29, 2008
MORGANTON— The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced today that North Carolina School for the Deaf (NCSD) director Linda B. Lindsey, Ed. D., is stepping down from that position. Lindsey will take a position with the Office Education Services in Raleigh.
“I appreciate the work that Dr. Lindsey has done at NCSD,” said Dwight Pearson, Ph.D., superintendent of the Office of Education Services. “I believe that Dr. Lindsey’s skills are well suited to serving our schools. She will be an asset to our staff in Raleigh.”
Janet McDaniel, principal at NCSD, will step in as interim school director beginning April 1. DHHS will begin a national search for a new school director.
Established in 1894, NCSD is the oldest school for the deaf in North Carolina. The school serves children ages five to 21.
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