Lincoln School Superintendent Applications to be Taken

The application process for Superintendent of the Lincoln Parish School District (LPSD) will be considered for approval at Tuesday night’s (2/3/15) meeting of the board, after which applications for the job will be received from Wednesday, 2/4 until Wednesday, 2/25. The new superintendent will be replacing Danny Bell, who is retiring after a forty year career in public education.

See here the agenda.

The proposed contract period is for two years, and will begin 7/1/2015. Compensation is $120 thousand/year and is negotiable. Interviews with the applicants will be conducted in mid-March, with a board vote on the new hire set for April 7.

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Among the reports to be heard by the board are the personnel report and the district’s yearly audit by Allen, Green & Williamson.

Prior to the 6 PM full board meeting (Central Office, 410 South Farmerville St.), the building & grounds committee will meet at 5:15 PM to review the district’s capital outlay plan and hear updates on the projects now underway.

Here is the agenda.


One Response to “Lincoln School Superintendent Applications to be Taken”

  1. Dawg85 Says:

    Someone needs to call Brent Vidrine in Monroe and tell him to apply. He is talented and done a great job at Neville and with the entire Monroe system. He’d probably jump at the chance to get away from the Bishop Rodney McFarland.

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