Stuart Greenberg is the second of five superintendent finalists to interview with the Hamilton County school board this week.
Greenberg is meeting this afternoon with elected officials, education stakeholders and the community, and the day concludes with an hour-and-a-half interview with the board.
Greenberg has more than 35 years in education experience and is the chief academic officer for Leon County Public Schools in Florida, a district of about 34,000 students. Before working at Leon County Public Schools, Greenberg was executive director for Reading and Early Learning for the Florida Department of Education.
The three remaining superintendent finalists, including Hamilton County Schools Interim Superintendent Kirk Kelly, will have the same daylong interview process the next three days.
Monday the board interviewed Arthur Wayne Johnson for the post.
The board plans to vote on a permanent superintendent during its regular board meeting June 15, needing five of its nine members to agree on a finalist for the decision to be finalized.
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