BOLD interviews superintendent finalists

Four candidates are interviewing with school board members on Tuesday. Board members have invited residents of the district to join in the interview process.

Dale Brandsoy, BOLD Superintendent.jpg
Dale Brandsoy, BOLD School District Superintendent

OLIVIA — BOLD School Board members interviewed four candidates for superintendent on Tuesday afternoon.

The candidates include: Patrick Beiermann, assistant principal, Willmar Public Schools; Cori Reynolds, community education director, Brainerd Public Schools; John Willey, superintendent/principal, Ellsworth School District; and James Menton, high school principal, BOLD Public Schools.

Board members have invited community members from the district to participate in the interview process. Board members will meet after the interviews.

School board members are seeking a successor to Superintendent Dale Brandsoy, who will be retiring from a 38-year career in education at the end of June.

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