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Morris Busby named Webster school superintendent

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The Webster Parish School Board has voted in favor of hiring one of its own - Morris Busby - to fill the position of superintendent.

Two years ago, the board hired Steve Dozier from outside the Webster system to fill the position.

The Minden Press Herald reports Busby was chosen on Monday over Jerry O. Payne of Pine Bluff, Arkansas and Dr. Daniel Rawls of south Louisiana by a vote of eight to three.

In an interview with the newspaper earlier this month, Busby said his primary objective as the superintendent of schools in Webster Parish would be preparing students and adapting to academic standards.

Busby has been employed with the Webster Parish School System for 33 years.

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