|Rossford narrows superintendent candidates to two|
|Written by Sentinel Staff|
|Tuesday, 19 February 2013 19:57|
ROSSFORD — The Board Of Education has narrowed its search for a new superintendent to two candidates.
Board President Dawn Burks said tonight that the finalists for Rossford top school job are: Daniel Creps, Perrysburg, principal of Perrysburg’s Woodland Elementary, and Deborah Piotrowski, Xenia, superintendent of Xenia Community City Schools.
Community members will have a chance next week to meet both candidates next week, Burks said. Each will be invited to spend a day in the district on either Feb. 26 or Feb. 27. Burks said they hope to have a community forum on Feb. 26 with both candidates attending. Time and place for the forum have yet to be set.
The two finalists were selected from an initial field of 24 candidates.
The board hopes to have someone in place before interim Superintendent Bill McFarland leaves at the end of the school year.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 February 2013 10:33|
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