N.Baltimore to hire school boss PDF Print E-mail
Written by MARIE THOMAS BAIRD Sentinel Education Editor   
Monday, 21 April 2014 10:42
NORTH BALTIMORE - North Baltimore may have chosen a new superintendent of schools.
Ryan Delaney will be recommended at Tuesday's board meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. in the middle school.
He beat out two other finalists in a second round of interviews.
There initially were seven candidates invited in for interviews. The district received 21 applications.
The other two finalists were Ted Haselman of Swanton and Michael Ferguson of Rootstown.
All three were interviewed a second time April 12 before meeting community members during an open forum.
Delaney, currently superintendent at Claymont City Schools in Dennison in Tuscarawas County, will take over for Marlene North, if hired.
North will be retiring as superintendent in June with 31 years in education, 22 in North Baltimore. She served 18 years as the Powell Elementary principal and the last five years as superintendent.
Delaney also is an adjunct professor at Ashland University, providing online coursework for graduate students in Quality Tools and Initiatives and Quality Environment.
Delaney earned his superintendent's certification from Ashland University in 1996 and has been Claymont City superintendent since 2007.
Previous to that he was a building principal in Newark and Ashland.
While at Claymont City, he has created a digital school and has helped operate the district in the black for the past seven years.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 April 2014 15:52

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