Kent Campbell Retirement

NCSS Celebrates School Board Attorney’s 45 Years of Service
Posted on 04/14/2021
Samantha Fuhrey presents plaque to Kent CambpellSchool board members and superintendents both present and past joined other special guests at a recent reception honoring Newton County School Board attorney Kent Campbell, who is retiring with over 45 years of service to the school district.

Newton County School System Superintendent Samantha Fuhrey presented Mr. Campbell with a special plaque to commemorate his service to Newton County Schools and noted that he was, in fact, the longest serving employee of the district.

Upon accepting his plaque, Mr. Campbell thanked the assembled group and reminisced on his 45-years with the district, noting that it wasn’t always an easy job, but it was one that he truly enjoyed.

“Mr. Campbell has left an indelible mark on the school system that will continue to serve our students, families, and community well into the foreseeable future,” said Newton County School System Superintendent, Samantha Fuhrey. “I am grateful for his service, support, and sound guidance over his more than 45-year career with our school system, and I wish him nothing but the best in his much-deserved retirement.”