(ROSS TOWNSHIP)--A local school district is looking for a new superintendent. Ross Local Schools have announced that Greg Young is retiring at the end of the school year after spending seven years on the job. Young is a Ross native, and has been employed by the school district since 1988. He started out as an assistant principal at Ross High School until his promotion to principal in 1992. Young was named assistant superintendent in 2001, then became the district's top educator in 2009. He briefly retired in 2013 in order to collect state benefits. Under his tutelage, Ross became the top rated district in the county, graduating 98.7% of its students, and meeting 32 out of 33 state indicators. The district is taking applications through April 8th. They hope to name Young's successor by May 6th. The new Superintendent would begin duties on June 15th.