The Grossmont Union High School District has a new superintendent.
Doctor Tim Glover was tentatively selected Monday as the next superintendent.
He's expected to join the district full time this July. The terms of his contract were still being negotiated according to a district news release.
He has lived in the East County for 25 years and has nearly 30 years of experience in education.
He most recently served as the Assistant Superintendent of the Student Services and Programs Division at the San Diego County Office of Education.
Superintendent Ralf Swenson has decided to retire July 1 after six years in the role.