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Board votes on superintendent search timeline

by | Nov 21, 2019 | Area news, Education

The Farmersville Independent School District Board of Trustees voted Monday night on a timetable for its selection of a superintendent to succeed Jeff Adams, who plans to retire at the end of the current academic year.

Trustees met in closed session Monday night to discuss the superintendent search, then reconvened their open meeting to discuss and then vote on how they intend to move forward. Trustees voted on the following timeline: application deadline, Jan. 7; application review by trustees, Jan. 8-23; first round of interviews, Feb. 10-15; second round of interviews, Feb. 24-29; home district visits, March 2-4; announcing the lone finalist, March 5.

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