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Clear Fork School Board Selects New Superintendent

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/17/2014

The Clear Fork Valley school board is negotiating with Janice Wyckoff to become the district's new superintendent. Wyckoff has been superintendent of Black River Schools for the past ten years. She previously was the Highland High School principal. Wyckoff holds a master's degree in education administration, and a bachelor's degree in secondary education from Ashland University. The Clear Fork school board says Wyckoff's background, experience, and personality will compliment that of the administration and staff. The board expects to approve her contract at either the regular meeting in March, or during a special meeting, depending on the progress of negotiations. The board thanks the many candidates who applied for the superintendent's job.

   
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