BH-BL superintendent search narrows

— From there, 15 of the applicants were called in for interviews by teams of district stakeholders, according to Multer.

“We had the teacher’s association, administrative staff, support staff, all five PTAs, members from the community at large, volunteers and high school students involved,” said Multer of the teams.

Once the final decision is made as to who will be the next superintendent, there is still work to be done on his or her contract, which takes about two weeks. On April 3, at the school board meeting, final discussions will be held and Shultz’s successor will be announced in early April after that meeting.

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