Constantine Public Schools has named Joseph Holloway as its new superintendent.
The announcement was made Tuesday by the board of education.
Holloway has served as the district’s curriculum director and M.T.S.S coordinator for two years. He was tasked with aligning the district curriculum, providing professional development for the staff and creating and overseeing the district’s COVID-19 return-to-school plan.
Holloway replaces Jim Wiseley, who is leaving the district to take over as superintendent of Gobles Public Schools.