Henrico Superintendent Retiring

Will Take Place At End Of School Year

February 06, 2018 - 3:41 pm

Henrico, VA (1140wrva.com) –  Henrico County Public Schools Superintendent Patrick Kinlaw has announced he's retiring, effective at the end of the school year.  He was named to the job in January of 2014.  He was recently offered an extension, but decided to retire instead.

In a statement, Kinlaw said, "The last four years have been the highest honor of my career. I am so humbled by the opportunities I have been afforded in Henrico County."

Kinlaw began his career with Henrico County Public Schools in 1997 as the director of staff development. In 2004 he became the assistant superintendent for administrative services. In 2010 he was named deputy superintendent. Over time, he accumulated a variety of additional responsibilities including policy, elementary education, leadership development and special projects.

Prior to joining Henrico Schools, Kinlaw spent 12 years with Wake County Public Schools in North Carolina. He also spent time early in his career at Longwood University and at East Carolina University, his alma mater.