The Bexley Board of Education has announced that Kimberly P. Miller has been selected to be the district’s new superintendent, pending a contract agreement.

Miller, who has served as the chief academic officer at Dublin City Schools for the past three years, has 28 years of experience in K-12 public education, including administration, teaching and learning in high-performing and high-achieving school districts. She is on track to complete her doctorate in education in 2018 from Miami University.

Miller was one of six semifinalists for the Reynoldsburg City Schools superintendent post but withdrew.

During the week of April 10, Bexley board and several faculty members will visit Miller's current district and then begin the contract negotiations.

A final school board vote is scheduled for April 17 and is open to the public. Miller is expected to start her new job in August.

Read the April 13 edition of ThisWeek Bexley News for details.