Randolph Co. school board to discuss superintendent applications
ASHEBORO, N.C. — The Randolph County Board of Education plans to start discussing applicants interested in becoming Randolph County Schools’ next superintendent at the group’s Monday night meeting.
The Asheboro Courier-Tribune reported that the board plans to meet at 6 p.m. in the board room of Commonwealth Hosiery in Randleman to discuss the matter.
Board Chair Tommy McDonald said “20-25 applications” were received by the Jan. 3 deadline.
McDonald said he expects the board to reduce the number of applicants to about 10 after the meeting.
Read full article: The Asheboro Courier-Tribune.
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