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Seven on short list for Ravenna superintendent including Ravenna, Streetsboro principals

Diane Smith, Record-Courier |

Seven people, including principals in Ravenna and Streetsboro, will be interviewed for Ravenna School District’s superintendent vacancy in the weeks ahead.

Craig McKendry, treasurer of the school district, said the board recently narrowed the list to seven people.

Kings Superintendent to leave for Hamilton County ESC

Michael Clark, Journal-News |

Kings Superintendent Tim Ackermann submitted his resignation to the school board, effective July 31, to take an assistant superintendent’s job with the Hamilton County Educational Service Center, said district officials.

The Kings school board released a statement saying: “The board wishes to express their appreciation and gratitude to Mr.

Finneytown names next superintendent

Finneytown Local Schools |

The Finneytown Board of Education has reached consensus that they are planning to appoint Dr. Laurie Banks as the Superintendent of Finneytown Local School district upon the retirement of Mrs. Terri Noe.

From School board president Chad Engleman said Finneytown was in a “very unique, positive situation” when Noe indicated earlier this year that she planned to retire to go camping with her husband full time.

Dublin City Schools hires Hilliard City Schools superintendent to same position

Jarrod Clay, WSYX |

At a special meeting Monday evening, the Dublin City Schools Board of Education voted to hire Dr. John Marschhausen as its new superintendent.

At Monday’s meeting, Marschhausen presented the board of education with a “100 Day Plan.”

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Forest Hill’s Brian Robinson headed to Fort Thomas Independent schools

Bill Cieslewicz, Cincinnati Business Courier |

Brian Robinson has been named superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools effective July 1, the district announced Tuesday.

Robinson currently leads curriculum initiatives as the high school associate director for teaching and learning at Forest Hills Local School District in Anderson Township, Ohio.

Is Mason City Schools superintendent moving to Colorado?

Madeline Mitchell, Cincinnati Enquirer |


Cooper, whose four-year contract with Mason schools ends in July 2022, is one of three finalists in Poudre School District’s superintendent search, according to a Monday announcement from the Fort Collins, Colorado school district.

Poudre School District serves 30,000 students in 52 schools and five charter schools, and is the ninth-largest school district in Colorado, according to the website.

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