Bulloch County Schools’ Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Dr. Kevin Judy, has been named the new superintendent of Emanuel County Schools. He will assume his new role July 1.
Superintendent Charles Wilson said "While we regret that Dr. Judy will be leaving us, we are very proud of him and wish him well as he pursues this new opportunity. Dr. Judy has served this community well, and I believe he will perform equally well in Emanuel County. They are very fortunate to have him lead their school system."
Judy applied for the position in February 2014, and was recently selected as one of three finalists for the position. The Emanuel County Board of Education approved Judy during a scheduled meeting on Monday, June 9.
A career educator with 22 years of experience, Judy has served Bulloch County Schools for 18 years, including four years as principal of Mattie Lively Elementary School and five years as an assistant superintendent. Under his leadership, MLES was selected as one of 16 featured schools statewide for the annual Georgia Partnership of Excellence in Education Bus Tour,
Judy also served four years with Screven County Schools as an assistant principal and later principal of Screven County Middle School. Within two years as principal, he led SCMS off of the Georgia State Needs Improvement list after being a Needs Improvement school for eight years.