VIRGINIA – On March 20, the retirement of the superintendent of the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind was announced. Nancy Armstrong who has been at this school for 20 years has been a teacher for six and the superintendent for the last 14 years.

The school isn’t just losing their superintendent, but their director of student life and assistant principal.

Her retirement will be effective August 1, while director of Student Life Mary Murray will leave on July 1 after serving the school for 32 years. Erin Fernsler has not yet acknowledged her exact date of retirement, but it will be sometime in the end of April. The Virginia School for the Deaf will continue to raise funds and look for new replacements.