CKSD board to select candidates in super search

The Central Kitsap School Board is expected to select its top 6-8 candidates Monday in its search for the district’s next superintendent when it meets with its consultant in executive session to go over the candidate pool.

The application deadline was Monday, March 15. Preliminary interviews are slated for Wednesday, March 31, and Thursday, April 1, at Ridgetop Junior High.

There are approximately 20 to 25 applications for the Board to consider according to district spokeswoman Jeanie Schulze.

Approximately half of the applicants are from Washington state or the Pacific Northwest. The remaining represent a national pool of candidates from across the United States, including Georgia and Alaska.

Almost half of the applicants are currently serving as superintendents. The majority of the remaining candidates are school district administrators. A few of the candidates, however, come from business or military backgrounds.

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