Washington Island School Board Offers Contract to Superintendent Candidate

It appears that the Washington Island Board of Education has settled on a new superintendent. She is Tammy Kielbasa, an elementary principal with the Peshtigo School District. Kielbasa, who is 54, has been offered a tentative contract & is said to be enthusiastic about moving to the island. The board of education is expected to meet Tuesday at 6PM & put its official stamp of approval on the selection. Current Superintendent Tim Raymond is leaving the island school to take a similar position with the Cambria/Friesland School District. Raymond told WDOR News he’s busy finishing out the school year & hasn’t even started the moving process. He said he hopes to invest some time to help Kielbasa transition into her new job.

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