The district is using the Region Six Education Service Center to conduct the search for his replacement. There are 30 applicants so far, and the deadline to apply is Friday. District Administrators will begin reviewing applications next week.
School board President Randy See said the district is looking for ‘someone that can show good leadership, who’s honest and can communicate with the teachers and the community at the same time.’
The district is also asking community members to provide input on the new school district leader. An online survey asks residents to detail desires characteristics of the next superintendent and identify strengths and weaknesses of the district.