10 people applied, two withdrew, three being interviewed
By Stevie Lowery
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 6:00 am (Updated: May 18, 6:03 am)
The Marion County school district recently hired a new superintendent and Marion County High School could soon hire a new principal.
Monday evening, members of the MCHS site-based decision making council reviewed a total of eight applications and they plan to interview the top three candidates Friday. (Originally, 10 people applied for the job, but two withdrew.)
Stacey Hall, Glenn Spalding and Greg Suhr are the finalists to become the next MCHS principal.
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