D-428 superintendent search becomes a top priority for board
DeKALB – With a new teachers’ contract now complete, DeKalb School District 428 board members are turning their focus to finding a replacement for Superintendent Jim Briscoe, who will retire at the end of the school year.
“With teaching negotiations going on, that was on the back burner, but now it’s a No. 1 priority,” school board President Tom Matya said Friday.
Briscoe filed retirement paperwork with the district in June and the board accepted his resignation, effective when his contract expires at the end of next June. Matya said the board shelved the search process as it focused on contract negotiations, but could get going on the matter as soon as next week.
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