Wirt County School officials have had a difficult time finding a new school superintendent, and will re-post the vacancy.

The effort during past weeks attracted two applicants, with one applicant accepting a principals job in another county and the board rejecting the other.

55-year-old long-time superintendent Dan Metz announced his retirement for August.

Board President Jim Rader said board members have not considered requesting out-going superintendent Metz to hold off his retirement, but indicated his willing to say on until his replacement is found.

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