Brady And Wolff Coming Back For Superintendent Interviews
By: Mike Stiles -
Saturday, April 23, 2022
(CENTREVILLE) – Two men have been asked to come back for second round interviews for the Superintendent position with Centreville Public Schools.
Patrick Kreager with the Michigan Association Of School Boards says the Centreville Board of Education has asked Chad Brady and Jerome Wolff to return to have more in depth interviews. Brady and Wolff, along with Jeremy Wright, Principal at Plainwell High School; and Dr. Barry Younghans, Assistant Superintendent of Goshen Community Schools, interviewed with the Board Wednesday night.
The four men were selected out of a group of 17 applicants.
Brady has been with the Centreville Schools for four years as a teacher and the Junior-Senior High School Principal. He was named the interim superintendent February 1 after Stephanie Lemmer announced her resignation.
Wolff has been the Superintendent at Nottawa School since 2017. He previously worked for Centreville Schools as a teacher.
The second round interviews will be held Saturday, April 30 beginning at 9 AM in the Centreville High School Media Center. The interviews will be open to the public. For those who can't attend, they will be live streamed.
The Centreville Board of Education has set the salary range from a low of $110,000 to a high of $125,000, for the new Superintendent, who will begin their duties on July 1.
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