Reynoldsburg Schools superintendent search focuses on six candidates

Through the search firm Finding Leaders, the Reynoldsburg Board of Education has identified six candidates to interview to be the district’s next superintendent. They are:

•Todd Boggs, superintendent of Osnaburg Local Schools;

•Melvin Brown, district deputy superintendent, Cuyahoga Falls City Schools;

•Craig Heath, director of secondary education, Dublin City Schools;

•Andy Miller, superintendent, Buckeye Valley Local Schools;

•Kim Miller, chief academic officer, Dublin City Schools;

•David Stewart, deputy superintendent, South-Western City Schools.

“All of the candidates have the characteristics of a successful superintendent as set by the board and the community,” said Reynoldsburg Board of Education President Joe Begeny. “I am thrilled that Finding Leaders incorporated all the stakeholder feedback during the identification process.”

The board will hold interviews March 20 and 21. The field of candidates will be narrowed down to two for final interviews expected to take place the first week of April.

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