This morning the Board of Education of Lebanon City Schools named Todd Yohey as their new superintendent beginning August 1.
“We are grateful for Todd’s seven years of dedicated service,” Oak Hills school board president Scott Bischoff said in a statement. “He has been an important part of maintaining the excellent reputation of the Oak Hills Local School District. We wish him well as he moves on to have the same positive impact for the Lebanon City Schools.”
Bischoff added, “The Board is committed to ensuring that the District is headed on an upward trajectory. We are confident that we will find a new leader to set this path and align all in the community who play a part in the education of our children. Moving forward, we will take time to make certain we recruit the right person for this critical leadership position both now, and for years to come. The 7,600 students and 908 employees are depending on us to make a good choice to lead such a large organization.”