The Seneca Falls school board has chosen consultant Mike Ford to help find a replacement for outgoing Superintendent Jeramy Clingerman, who is stepping down on June 30 to take a position with a Rochester construction management firm. The school board accepted Clingerman’s resignation on January 20, according to Finger Lakes Times.
Board President Cara Lajewski said Ford was hired three years ago to help the district replace longtime superintendent Bob McKeveny, resulting in Clingerman’s hiring. She said the board is not “married” to a deadline for finding a replacement this time around, as the goal is to hire “the best superintendent we can get for Seneca Falls.”
The job listing has been posted. Lajewski said the board would solicit input on criteria for a new superintendent from residents and key stakeholders.
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