After interviewing seven candidates for the job of superintendent, the Bexley Board of Education has narrowed the field to three finalists, according to a release from the district.
Those candidates will visit the district, meet with staff and present their first-100-days plan to the community next month.
The three finalists and the scheduled meetings are as follows:
• Mark Tompkins, superintendent, Harbor Springs Public Schools, Michigan, April 3;
• Thomas Harwood, deputy superintendent, Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency, Michigan, April 4;
• Kimberly Miller, chief academic officer, Dublin City Schools, April 5.
The successful candidate will replace Michael Johnson, who is leaving the district in July.
Read more about the finalists and the search in the March 23 edition of ThisWeek Bexley News.