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Romulus names two finalists as superintendent search continues

The Romulus Board of Education has narrowed down its search for a new School Superintendent to two experienced candidates, Amanda Caldwell and Jennifer Hayden, after a thorough selection process. Both finalists come with a robust background in educational leadership and curriculum development, signaling a promising future for the district’s leadership.

Caldwell currently holds the position of Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction at Oswego City School District, with a history of acting as Superintendent on two separate occasions. Her extensive experience spans roles such as assistant principal, curriculum director, building principal, and executive director of curriculum at Liverpool Central School District, illustrating her diverse expertise in educational administration.

Hayden serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction at Waterloo Central School District, bringing her valuable experience as a principal, assistant principal, and literacy coach from the North Rose-Wolcott Central School District to the table.

Both Caldwell and Hayden are scheduled for comprehensive day-long interviews on April 17 within the district. These interviews are designed to be thorough, involving interactions with a broad spectrum of the district’s stakeholders, including students, staff, families, and community members, through dedicated stakeholder committees. The process will also offer an opportunity for the candidates to present their entry plans to the community, ensuring transparency and engagement from all sides.

The Romulus Board of Education said it remains committed to keeping the community informed and involved, with further details about the interviews, including times and locations, to be disclosed on the District’s official website and social media channels.