The Menominee School Board filled their superintendent position from within. The Board held their second-round of superintendent interviews last evening. First up was Bark River-Harris Principal Travis Depuydt, who presented to the board a 30-minute slideshow on what it means to be a Maroon. Highlighting data driven studies. He then took questions from the board for the next hour, along with audience questions. Next came Menominee Junior/Senior High School Principal Drew Buyarski. He too presented to the board his slideshow on what it means to be a Maroon. Buyarski focused on the Strategic Plan as his focus point. He then took questions from the board for the next hour, along with audience questions. Upon completion of the interviews, the board discussed the pros and cons of each candidate. The board agreed that whomever they chose, they would need a lot of mentorships. After an hour of discussion, the board took it to a roll call vote, and unanimously agreed to go into contract negotiations with Menominee Junior/Senior High School Principal Drew Buyarski.
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