Virginia School for Deaf and Blind names new superintendent

STAUNTON, Va. (AP) — The Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind has named Pat Trice as superintendent.

Trice had served as interim superintendent since longtime superintendent Nancy Armstrong retired last summer.

The News Leader ( ) reports that the school’s Board of Visitors unanimously approved Trice’s appointment on Friday.

The board has been discussing the school’s direction to remain viable and to meet the state’s needs of the state. Enrollment has been declining for years.


Information from: The News Leader,


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