A Sumter County school administrator is withdrawing from consideration to be the head of the third largest school district in Alabama.
Sumter County superintendent, Dr. Fred Primm was recently chosen as one of five finalists for the top post in the Montgomery School District.
Primm said one thing was a major factor in his decision.
"I just felt like my work wasn't done here and there are several folks who probably could've come in and completed to the work, but I just wanted to be a part of it," said Primm. "So, my thing is I'm just going to stay here and complete what we started."
Primm said he's looking forward to the completion of the new consolidated high school within the next two years.