The Board conducted a final round of interviews with the three finalists to fill the open seat recently vacated by Board Trustee Suzanne Lynn.
We all struggle to understand how and why senseless violence can impact our schools and our communities, and we grieve for the children, teachers, families and community of Uvalde, Texas, whose lives are forever impacted by the tragic events today in Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
Out of the eight applicants interested in the vacant Board of Education seat, three candidates have been picked for the final interview.
We are pleased to report that 8 individuals have submitted applications indicating interest in being considered for appointment to the Board of Education seat vacated by Board Trustee Suzanne Lynn, with four candidates respectfully withdrawing from consideration as of 5/16/22.
COVID-19 cases increased across the state and in our community over the past few weeks placing our county and many counties across the state in a “HIGH” community risk category.
This year we have a record number of student projects with more than 100 displays!
At the Northville State of the Community event, Superintendent Mary Kay Gallagher was named the 2022 John Genitti Northville Citizen of the Year.
The Northville Board of Education conducted their final round of interviews with the three Superintendent candidates on Tuesday, April 12th. After a multi-month process with significant stakeholder feedback and active deliberation amongst the board,the Board unanimously voted to offer the position to Dr. RJ (Ronald) Webber.
The Northville Board of Education interviewed four Superintendent candidates over a two day period. At the conclusion of all candidate interviews, the Board voted to move three candidates to the finalist interview round.
The Northville Board of Education met on March 24, to discuss, deliberate, and vote on which candidates will be invited for interviews for the position of Superintendent.