Centreville Public Schools Board of Education chose Chad Brady as its permanent superintendent following a second interview Saturday.
Board president Jeff Troyer said Brady’s three months as interim superintendent have been good training and allowed Brady the opportunity to handle the duties in a trial capacity. Brady, 44, has served as interim superintendent since Feb. 1. He had been high school principal since 2018.
Troyer said Brady’s salary will be established during an upcoming negotiation process.
Brady was selected from a roster of four candidates and two finalists. Saturday’s second-interview process also included finalist Jerome Wolff, principal and superintendent at Nottawa Community School.