W.R. continues superintendent search

COLLINS - The Western Reserve board of education met Wednesday with Ohio School Boards Association consultant Cheryl Ryan, who explained how the association could help the board choose a new superintendent. Ryan said the process, which would probably take around three months, would start with developing a leadership profile and end with the selection. The cost to the district would be $6,400, plus the price of a brochure and other expenses.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010
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COLLINS - The Western Reserve board of education met Wednesday with Ohio School Boards Association consultant Cheryl Ryan, who explained how the association could help the board choose a new superintendent.

Ryan said the process, which would probably take around three months, would start with developing a leadership profile and end with the selection. The cost to the district would be $6,400, plus the price of a brochure and other expenses.

Members will meet with representatives from the Telego Center at Ashland University at 7 p.m. April 15 to hear their proposal before making any decision.

Interim Superintendent Mark Gagyi told the board a referee is being selected in the dispute between the district and Doug Solet, and the next step will be to set a hearing date.