The future of Lubbock School Superintendent, Jack Clemmons, is uncertain. Tonight, Clemmons told NewsChannel 11, that retirement this Spring, is a real possibility. He says the topic was already discussed in a school board meeting last December. His wife is also planning to retire next January.
Clemmons is now finishing up 30-years in education, which qualifies him for retirement in the state of Texas. However, Clemmons has also received other offers, outside of the state.
The future of LISD Superintendent Jack Clemmons may be discussed again, in a March 27th school board meeting.