While Michael Goar has taken over Minneapolis Public Schools, former superintendent Bernadeia Johnson has taken over Twitter.

When she quit in November, Johnson said she was leaving to take care of her elderly grandparents. But Tuesday she tweeted that she would soon be ready to announce her next move.

"I will announce my next move to those interested. Promised to make among a group of friends first. No decisions before my trip to Mexico," Johnson said.

On her first day not reporting to the Davis Center, Johnson wanted the twitterverse to give her ideas about what she should do next.

"Recommendations for my next role please share #next transitionBJ," she said.

Johnson has been tweeting about her upcoming vacation to Mexico, what she is reading, the Superbowl and the federal budget. She has also re-tweeted stories and information shared by education reform groups like MinnCan. 

Some have noticed her deluge of tweets. 

"Watching @BernadeiaJ re-tweet since leaving MPS... hard to tell if her next paycheck will be from @MinnCAN or @gennextmsp. not retired tho," said Eric Lind.

Johnson responded with "not retired but feel unleashed from supt role. My opinions are my own."