Richwoods High School Principal Brett Elliott is heading north for a new superintendent's job.
Elliott accepted a job as Stark County's district superintendent on Monday. He starts July 1. He spent more than 25 years with Peoria Public Schools, starting as a teacher and coach at Roosevelt Magnet School.
Elliott has an undergraduate degree from Eureka College and a master's in educational leadership from Bradley University. He's on track to get his doctorate next year.
Elliott replaces Dr. Nick Sutton as superintendent.
With great emotion I move to Superintendent of Stark County. Thank u RHS for 4 tremendous yrs PPS 25, yrs of memories, I thank you. Stark County, thank u for this opportunity. Get ready, the energy bus is coming to town! #PrideandExcellence pic.twitter.com/zve8gVbO9s
— Brett M Elliott (@BrettMElliott1) April 21, 2020