The Carrollton Exempted Village School District Board will meet in special session Saturday to introduce its new superintendent.
According to a news release issued Friday, board members all recognized that Dr. David Quattrocchi, superintendent of Edison Local Schools, is the best qualified candidate and is the best fit for the district.
The board interviewed six candidates over a two day period this week for the position.
The board is expected to take action at Saturday’s meeting, which starts at 2 p.m in the Bell-Herron Middle School gymnasium.
Dr. Quattrocchi replaces Palmer Fogler who will retire at the end of July after serving the last four years as superintendent.
On a similar note, the Conotton Valley School Board has narrowed its list of potential candidates for the superintendent’s position to four.
Selected for second interviews are Debra Haglock of Dover, director of curriculum for the East Central Ohio Educational Service Center; Meadowbrook Assistant High School Principal Adam Pittis of Cadiz; Brent Ripley of Hopedale, middle school principal at Harrison Hills Schools and Newcomerstown High School Principal Timothy Sherman of Newcomerstown.
The board could name a replacement to Superintendent Ryan Caldwell, who has accepted the superintendent’s position at Rolling Hills Local School District in Guernsey County, next week.