Colon seeks full time superintendent

Members of the Colon Community Schools Board of Education have decided to pursue a permanent, full-time superintendent.
The decision, made at Monday’s regularly scheduled board meeting, means the proposal of working out a deal with Bronson Community Schools to share the services of its superintendent, Teresa Belote, is temporarily off the table.
Board member Rebecca Stoll said as long as there are questions about whether the dual-superintendent position is best for Colon Community Schools at this time, it would be prudent to put the idea on hold.
Board president Eric Wagner said he shares Stoll’s concerns. Consequently, the board narrowed a list of 15 superintendent candidates to the three who will be a part of the interviews, tentatively scheduled to take place on the hour starting at 6 p.m. Monday.
The candidates are: Christine Barnes, principal at Constantine High School; Michael Potts, who most recently served as superintendent of the Hillsdale County Intermediate School District; and Christina Feneley, principal at Union City High School.

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