The six finalists for the superintendent of Manatee County Schools are interviewing one-on-one with the school board today.
The candidates are: Pam Stewart, Diana Greene, Dr. Constance Jones, Kathryn LeRoy, Rick Mills and Dr. John Carvelli.
Yesterday, each of them participated in a round-robin cycle of interviews.
Each candidate spent one-hour and 20 minutes in five different interviews taking questions from the Manatee County School Board, the Manatee Education Association, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the school board’s Citizens Advisory Group and other district staff.
Today’s interviews began at 8 a.m. and will run until 2:55 p.m.
The five members of the school board will each conduct one-on-one interviews with the candidates.
Interviews take place at the district’s School Support Center, 215 Manatee Ave W., Bradenton, and are recorded and open to the public.
You can find a breakdown of the candidates here.
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