Limestone County school board members may be in the market for an interim superintendent of schools.
Board President Earl Glaze said today he has scheduled a work session for 6 p.m. Monday to discuss how to temporarily replace outgoing superintendent Barry Carroll.
The board will likely name an interim superintendent at this time rather than hire a new one because Carroll is leaving Dec. 1.
On Tuesday, Carroll announced his intention to retire, effective Dec. 1, after 10 years at the head of county schools. He plans to accept a private-sector job in Georgia in the education field.
Board members will also have to determine how to replace retiring Assistant Superintendent Mike Owens, whose last day is Friday.