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Four Finalists Selected for USD 415 Superintendent
04/21/2017

(KNZA)--Four candidates will be interviewed for the position of Hiawatha USD 415 superintendent.

During a special meeting Friday morning, the Board of Education set interviews for April 27th, May 1st, May 2nd and May 3rd.  The name of each candidate will be announced the day of their interview.

The Kansas Association of School Boards, which is assisting the school district in search for a new superintendent, recommended the four to the Board from among 13 applicants.

Current superintendent, Penny Hargrove, is resigning at end of the current school year to take a job as superintendent of the Mingus Union High School District at Cottonwood, Arizona.

She has served as superintendent of the Hiawatha school district for five years.  

 

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