Mr. Ash saying goodbye to LHS

After serving more than 40 years as an educator, La Vergne High School Principal Dirk Ash is retiring from Rutherford County Schools. According to WGNS Radio, Mr. Ash posted his announcement on Twitter.

“Turned in my retirement papers today. 42 years in education! 20 years as a teacher/coach and 22 years administration. Ready for what’s next? Stay tuned.”


We are ready, Mr. Ash! What’s next???

Thank you for your years of service to our community. Thank you for allowing the city to use the auditorium for our Miss LaVergne pageants. Thank you for your patience with my two daughters as they attended LHS and thank you for helping with all our kids. Did you make mistakes and have people disagreed with? Yes, of course. But who doesn’t? You were always steady and sure and that’s something we should all be reminded to be… steady but take risks, dream but be smart. We wish you continued success if you walk a different career path, but also years of happiness.

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