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Community invited to meet top candidates for Florence School District Four superintendent

Left: Dr. Rechel Anderson; Center: Dr. Rosa Dingle; Right: Dr. Fannie Mason (Source: Florence School District Four Board of Trustees) Left: Dr. Rechel Anderson; Center: Dr. Rosa Dingle; Right: Dr. Fannie Mason (Source: Florence School District Four Board of Trustees)

TIMMONSVILLE, SC (WMBF) – Community members will have the opportunity to meet the top three candidates in the running to be the next superintendent of the Florence County School District Four.

According to a press release, the community forum will take place on March 28, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. It will be held at the district board room, located at 304 Kemper St. in Timmonsville.

The top three candidates, according to the release, are Dr. Rechel Anderson, Dr. Rosa Dingle and Dr. Fannie Mason.

Florence resident Anderson currently serves as the director of curriculum and instruction for the Marion County School District, according to her resume. Before that, she was the principal of Mullins’ Palmetto Middle School from July 2013 to June 2016.

Dingle, who is from Sumter, was previously a finalist for the superintendent position of the McCormick School District, according to her resume. She currently serves as the district’s director of special services and student support service.

Mason, who lives in Laurinburg, N.C., serves as the director of exception children for Scotland County Schools, a title she has held since 2009, according to her resume. She previously worked as the special education director for Marlboro County Schools.

The person who is ultimately selected will replace interim Superintendent Dr. Zona Jefferson, who began the job in March 2016.

Jefferson began overseeing Brockington Elementary, Johnson Middle and Timmonsville High School after the state declared two of the three Timmonsville schools in a state of emergency. 

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