To appoint or elect a school super -- voters decide

Published: Friday, April 4, 2014 at 09:17 AM.

"I do have real concerns that we don't have people with stronger qualifications for that position. Anyone can run for that position and be elected. I just wanted dialog with the community of pros and cons for both," she said.

Current superintendent Carlene Anderson will retire in 2016. She said she also has concern about the lack of qualified applicants who might run for the position at her retirement. For that reason, she supports asking voters if they want it changed from an elected to appointed position.

Registered voters will now decide.

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