Angela Miller, a member of the county Board of Education's conservative majority, has notified her colleagues that she will step down June 30.
In a May 29 letter to board members and county schools Supt. Charles Weis, Miller said she is leaving the area because her husband has taken a job in Tullahoma, Tenn. She joined the school board in 1984.
The board's June 29 meeting will be her last.
Miller said she was grateful to have served on the board and is willing to lend advice to her colleagues on issues.
"You know I am always happy to give my opinion based on God's precepts," she said in her letter.
Miller's resignation from the five-member county school board could be filled either by appointment or by special election.