Centreville schools narrows superintendent candidates

Centreville Public Schools Board of Education members have established a roster of four candidates to interview for superintendent.

During a special meeting Monday, the board narrowed a list of 17 applicants to the quartet who will be interviewed later this month. In addition, board members reviewed a number of potential questions and settled on 12 that will be posed to each candidate.

Patrick Kreager, a consultant with Michigan Association of School Boards, said he plans to release the names of the four candidates today.

The district is attempting to replace Stephanie Lemmer, who resigned in January to accept the superintendent’s job at Pennfield Schools in Battle Creek.

First-round interviews will take place 4 to 8 p.m. April 20 at the high school. It is open to the public. Second-round interviews will be April 30 at the high school, tentatively set to begin at 9 a.m.

The new superintendent will begin July 1. The board has set the salary range from $110,000 to $125,000.

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