Starting Thursday, members of the Greene County School Board are interviewing candidates for the open superintendent position. Superintendent David Jeck announced his resignation in December.
Wednesday night, the school board held an open session meeting to prepare for these next two weeks of interviews. At the meeting, they developed the format and questions.
The board will interview five to seven candidates over the next 15 days. It originally received 22 applications for the superintendent position. Six of the original applicants are current or former superintendents, five are assistant superintendents, five are central office administrators and five are building level administrators.
Chairwoman Michelle Flynn says the board feels good about the pool of applicants
This is only the first round of interviews. From here, the board will further narrow down the search and conduct a second round.
The board plans for the new superintendent to start July 1.