After seven years as superintendent of the Forsyth County school system, Buster Evans is saying goodbye.
“It’s been a very emotional 24 hours,” Evans said Friday as he announced his retirement. “I’m going to miss it, but I feel like what we’ve done here will have lasting impact ... I have been so blessed.”
During an executive session Thursday night, Evans notified the Board of Education that he plans to retire July 1, following his 30-year career in public education.