After Arrest, Local Superintendent to Retire
The local superintendent arrested on a domestic violence charge last week will retire.
Campbell County's Board of Education announced Wednesday that Superintendent Glen Miller will retire, effective November 1.
"Please be assured the Board of Education will be moving forward to quickly address this situation and ensure continuity of leadership," said Janis Winbigler, chair of the school board, in a statement. "The Board of Education's primary goal is to ensure the ongoing success of the district."
Miller was taken into custody last week after Erlanger Police responded to his home on a domestic violence charge. He was booked in the Kenton Co. Detention Center and charged with 4th degree assault (domestic violence). He is expected to appear in court on October 19.
Miller joined Campbell County Schools as superintendent in 2011 after serving in the same role at Beechwood Schools in Ft. Mitchell where he served in various others roles, starting as a teacher, for 27 years.