CHAPEL HILL — Bill Miller, superintendent of Polk County schools, will serve as president of the North Carolina High School Board of Directors for the 2013-14 academic year.
Miller was slated to be vice-president this year and was elevated to president when Kathy Spencer, Onslow County superintendent, retired.
Maurice Green, superintendent of Guilford County schools, will serve as vice-president.
The new Board president is a 1980 graduate of Wingate University and did graduate work at both UNC Charlotte and the University of South Carolina.
Miller has previously served on the NCHSAA Realignment Committee and is currently chairman of the North Carolina Small Rural Schools Consortium.
New board members were recommended by the NCHSAA’s Nominating Committee, based on the requirements of the Association’s constitution and by-laws.
Those replaced include Class 2A, Region 3 representative, Eddie Ingram, former superintendent of Franklin County schools who left earlier this year to work in South Carolina
The elevation of Green to vice-president and the retirement of Ingram left two vacancies on the Board that were by Brad Craddock, principal of Glenn High School, and Dennis Sawyer, superintendent of Roanoke Rapids City School system.