Minden Press-Herald

Oct 01st

2 removed from Monroe superintendent mix

MONROE (AP) — The Monroe City School Board will not interview educational consultant Mary Guinn and Lafourche Parish Schools Supervisor Charles Michel for the position or superintendent.

The News-Star reports board members interviewed three candidates Tuesday, but not Guinn or Michel, who were out of town on previously scheduled business and were unable to interview on Tuesday.

Search committee member Mickey Traweek said the board voted not to extend the process, which is already behind the board's desired timeline.

Caddo Parish Superintendent Designee Mary Nash-Robinson, Monroe City Schools chief academic officer Tammye Turpin and Neville High School principal Brent Vidrine answered questions individually in a closed session for much of the day on Tuesday.






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