Matt Warren, who currently serves as interim chief operations officer in Lexington 1, has been named deputy superintendent for Lexington School District Two.
The hire was recommended by Lexington Two Superintendent Dr. Brenda Hafner and approved by the Board of Trustees at a June 12 meeting.
Warren has nearly a decade of experience in operations areas. Prior to his current role as interim chief, which he has held since 2022, he served in Lexington 1 as director of operations from 2020-2022, operations program manager from 2015-2020, and as coordinator of student services from 2014-2015. He started his career as a secondary resource teacher for White Knoll High School in 2003, later serving as an occupational credentials instructor there before being named an assistant administrator at White Knoll Middle School and assistant principal at Gilbert High School. Warren has a bachelor’s degree from Presbyterian College and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina.
“I am excited about the wealth of knowledge and work experiences that Mr. Warren brings to the table,” Superintendent Dr. Brenda Hafner said. “His reputation in the Midlands is one of outstanding leadership, work ethic, and dependability.”
Warren will begin his new position with Lexington Two on July 1.