Superintendent Search Continues for Washington Island & Sturgeon Bay

Discussion on the process for finding a new superintendent for the Washington Island School District is expected Monday) at 6PM when the school board meets in special session in the commons. The board does not plan to take any action or make official decisions at the meeting to consider the cesa-seven superintendent search. Superintendent Tim Raymond has announced that he will be leaving at the end of the current school year to take a similar position with the Cambria/Friesland school district.

Members of the Sturgeon Bay Board of Education will meet behind closed doors Monday to begin the process of developing a list of five to six candidates for superintendent. School Board President Joel Kitchens says nearly three dozen individuals expressed interest in the job that opens in July when current Superintendent Joe Stutting moves on to his new assignment as District Administrator for a school system in his native state of Iowa. Once the Sturgeon Bay School Board has settled on its candidate list, interviews are planned for 5:30PM Wednesday & Thursday. 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. Monday’s executive session for the Sturgeon Bay Board of Education will be held in the high school board room at 7PM. The closed session interviews Wednesday & Thursday will involve three committees & will be held in the board room, IMC & room 101.

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