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Interim school chief named in Madison County

Outgoing Superintendent of Madison County Schools Tommy Floyd hands out diplomas at Madison Southern High 
School Graduation on, May 24th, 2012 in this file photo.
Outgoing Superintendent of Madison County Schools Tommy Floyd hands out diplomas at Madison Southern High School Graduation on, May 24th, 2012 in this file photo. Lexington Herald-Leader

Randy Neeley will be interim superintendent of the Madison County Public Schools.

The Madison Board of Education named Neeley, who now is the Madison district's director of pupil personnel, to lead the schools until a permanent successor is found for outgoing superintendent Tommy Floyd.

Floyd recently resigned to become chief of staff of the Kentucky Department of Education.

Neeley will take over as interim superintendent July 1.

He has held various posts, including teacher, principal and pupil personnel director, since joining Madison Schools in 1994.

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