Clarion-Limestone School Directors Take No Action on Hiring Superintendent

C-L-acting-superintendent-JJ-Johnson-1024x576STRATTANVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – For those who attended the Clarion-Limestone School District board meeting Wednesday night hoping to see a new superintendent named, they went home without an answer. 

(Pictured above: Acting superintendent J.J. Johnson speaks at Wednesday’s meeting)

An executive session was scheduled, and many believed it was to hire a new superintendent, but it was not to be.

It was learned that three people were interviewed for the position – current Union-Rimersburg Superintendent Jean McCleary; Deana Sintobin, Special Education Supervisor with Riverview IU6; and Amy Glasl, the principal at Brockway Elementary School.

When C-L does name a superintendent, it will be the school’s third in a few years.

J.J. Johnson retired as superintendent in 2015, and Mike Stimac took over before leaving C-L earlier in 2017 to take a an elementary principal position in his home school district at Karns City.

Johnson has returned to be the acting superintendent until a new one is approved by the board.

The next board meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., on Wednesday, April 19.

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