The third time's the charm. At least that's what community members engaged in the search for a school superintendent are counting on.
After two misses -- the first when the school board rejected the finalists, and the second, when the top contender withdrew after blistering public criticism over his perceived homophobia and top-down management style -- the community is looking for a superintendent that's a good fit for the diverse and demanding community. Also important is finding one who will stick around for more than a couple of years.
This time school trustees picked Cedar Rapids, Iowa firm Ray & Associates to recruit and scrutinize candidates.