Lemmer accepts Pennfield position

Centreville Public Schools Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer announced Thursday she has accepted an offer from Pennfield Schools to serve as its superintendent.

Pennfield district officials held a special meeting Wednesday, providing Lemmer a tour of the district, a reception with staff and a second, formal interview. The board them met in closed session and, upon returning to open session, extended the offer to Lemmer.

Details of the contract were not immediately disclosed. Efforts to reach board president Jeff Wolfersberger were not successful.

Lemmer was one of four candidates interviewed Saturday. The board eventually decided Lemmer would be the only of the four candidates to remain in the running.

Lemmer, 40, has been Centreville’s superintendent since 2017. Her current salary is $111,000.

She submitted her resignation during a special meeting called by Centreville’s board of education Thursday evening.

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