The two finalists to be the next Fowlerville Superintendent are participating in a final round of interviews this week.
The candidates, Paul Flynn, Superintendent of the Sandusky Community Schools and Matthew Stuard, Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction of the Mason Public Schools, were identified following a Special Board meeting on January 23 by the Fowlerville Board of Education.
Michigan Leadership Institute Search Consultant Tim Stein said following the previous round of interviews, the Board “spent the weekend reviewing interview notes, candidate application materials and public interview feedback forms to arrive at a decision. Each board member identified two candidates to move forward in the process. The votes were tallied to determine the finalists.”
The position became vacant when longtime Superintendent Wayne Roedel resigned in October in order to become superintendent of the Greenville Public Schools in Montcalm County. Former Brighton Superintendent Dave Pruneau has been serving in an interim role since then.
Flynn’s interview was held on Tuesday night, preceded by a forty-minute informal meeting with stakeholder groups with the goal of further opportunity for feedback to be provided to the board. Stuard will have his stakeholder meeting on Thursday prior to his interviews at 6:30 p.m.
Final round interviews include a twenty-minute presentation by the candidate followed by a forty-minute interview by the board. Interviews are being held in the Fowlerville High School Media Center.
Staff, students, and community members are welcome to attend and will be allowed to provide written feedback regarding candidates to the board following each interview.
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