Greenville County Schools announced on November 15 the Superintendent Burke roysterThe contract has been extended until June 30, 2025.

The extension was awarded as a result of Royster’s annual performance review by the district board of directors, during which he was assessed in categories loosely aligned with the district’s strategic plan, such as:

  • Pedagogical direction
  • Quality staff
  • Culture of success
  • Organizational, operational and resource management
  • Communication
  • Community relations

“We are grateful for the strong and constant attention provided by Dr Royster despite the constant disruption and distractions of the past two years,” said Board Chairman Roger Meek. “We also appreciate the work he and his staff have done to fill learning gaps and provide additional support for students who have fallen behind academically and socially due to circumstances beyond their control. Together, we will continue to provide the children of Greenville County with the education and experiences that position them to be the problem solvers, entrepreneurs and civic leaders of the future.

In addition to his contract extension, Royster’s employment contract was amended to add 0.5% of his salary to his annual pension.


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