Public input needed during final days of Superintendent search in La Crosse
Input meetings to be held at Hogan Administration Building
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – The search for the next superintendent of the School District of La Crosse is continuing.
The new hire will replace current superintendent Randy Nelson.
Nelson who announced in October that he would retiring at the end of the school year.
An upcoming public input session will allow community members the chance to share their thoughts on the search.
The session will be Tuesday at the Hogan Administration Building in La Crosse.
All community members should attend from 6 to 7 that evening.
Parents of incoming and current students are invited from 7 to 8.
“Hiring a new superintendent is something that everyone within the community should be invested in and we certainly want to here from as many folks as possible as to what their hopes are,” said Laurie Cooper Stoll, School District of La Crosse board president.
The District’s board of education is planning to have the search completed by the end of March.
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