FPS staff report
May 30, 2012
The search is underway for a new superintendent for the Carrollton Exempted Village School District.
School Board President Rose Seck said the board plans to conduct interviews and hire a superintendent on their own rather than utilizing the services of the state of the Educational Service Center.
“We have the expertise and experience on our board to conduct the interview and hire a superintendent,” she said. “It will also save the district money.”
She said the board has set a very ambitious goal for the hiring and hopes to be able to name the new superintendent at the June 29 board meeting. Applications are to be sent to the board’s attorney, Sarah J. Moore of the law firm Roetzel and Andress of Cleveland.
The new superintendent will replace Palmer Fogler, who is retiring July 31. She served as superintendent in the district for four years and as assistant superintendent for one year.
Assistant Superintendent Leigh Ann McCray also resigned effective in August.
Seck said the board is holding off a decision regarding that position until a new superintendent is hired.