During a closed session Monday evening, the Sturgeon Bay board of education settled on a list of candidates to be interviewed for school superintendent. School Board President Joel Kitchens says 35 individuals expressed interest in the position that opens in July when current Superintendent Joe Stutting becomes district administrator for a school system in his native state of Iowa…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/N641.mp3|titles=Joel Kitchens]
Kitchens says the list of candidates settled on by the board of education will form the basis for interviews planned for 5:30PM Wednesday & Thursday…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/N642.mp3|titles=Joel Kitchens]
Out of those sessions a short list of candidates will be selected for a second round of interviews expected to lead to a top candidate for the job. The closed session interviews Wednesday & Thursday will involve three committees and will be held simultaneously in the board room, the IMC & room 101.