Friday, May 22, 2015

Salinas City Elementary trustees zero in candidate for superintendent

Salinas City Elementary trustees interviewed several candidates for the superintendent position Friday. By day's end, the voted 4-0 to offer the job to the top candidate, and the consulting firm is now tasked with negotiating a contract.

"In our interview process and selection we worked very hard all day," Board President Roberto Garcia said. "The idea was to come out with the strongest, most experience candidate. We had a good (field) and our consultant gave us advice."

Board member  Nathan Larison was excused from the meeting. His mother, retired teacher and Salinas Union High Trustee Cheryl Larison died last week, according to The Californian

Superintendent Juvenal Luza announced early February he will retire at the end of the school year. 

Garcia said he expects the new superintendent will be announced on June 8. 

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