Lewisville ISD superintendent set to retire

The Lewisville Independent School District in Denton County is losing its superintendent.

Longtime educator Dr. Kevin Rogers announced he’s retiring at the end of January.

He’s been with the district for 36 years and has been the superintendent since 2015.

Before that. Rogers was an assistant principal, a principal, and a district administrator.

The school board will meet soon to start planning a search for Rogers’ replacement. 


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