Greater Clark County Schools will hold three public meetings tomorrow with the finalist for the district’s open superintendent position.
School official have confirmed the finalist is former Jefferson County Public Schools superintendent Stephen Daeschner.
The day’s first meeting will be for students. That will be followed by a staff-only meeting and then a public gathering.
GCCS spokesperson Erin Bojorquez says the meetings will not be question and answer sessions.
“I think the students will have some time to ask some questions,” she says. “But with the public we did provide a survey to get feedback from the community. So that’s why we want to keep this a meet and greet and not a question and answer session.”
Officials hope to have a new leader in place by the end of June.