HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -
The Susquehanna Township School District appointed a new acting superintendent Monday night.
Dr. Jeffrey Miller worked for 12 years as superintendent of the Lower Dauphin School District. He then served for four years as superintendent of the Methacton School District before retiring. He currently resides in Hummelstown.
In 2013, Methacton's school board appointed him as acting superintendent to lead the district following the sudden departure of its superintendent. Miller told abc27 he will serve a similar role in Susquehanna Township.
"I have no interest in a full time job here," he said. "I am here to help lead the district while the board searches for a permanent superintendent."
Miller will take over for Dr. Susan Kegerise, who recently filed a $6 million discrimination lawsuit against the district and three school board members. Last month, the board voted to accept language in that suit as her "effective resignation."
Kegerise disagrees, and is asking a county judge to reinstate her.