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LIVESTREAM: Jan. 10 Mitchell Board of Education meeting

Search for new superintendent to begin

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MITCHELL — The Mitchell Board of Education will hold its next regular meeting Monday evening, Jan. 10.

The meeting is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. in Room 110 at the Mitchell Career & Technical Education Academy.

The Mitchell Republic will livestream the meeting in the video box above, beginning at approximately 5:25 p.m.

The agenda for the meeting includes two items pertaining to the search for a new superintendent. The first is an executive session, where the topics of discussion will be limited to the superintendent’s evaluation and the consideration of individuals who may be selected to serve as interim superintendent for the district following superintendent Joe Grave’s departure for the position of South Dakota Secretary of Education.

The second agenda item is the discussion for potentially hiring an interim superintendent and for selecting a superintendent of schools to begin July 1 of 2023. The discussion could include personnel and hiring decisions, according to the agenda. That agenda item is expected to be conducted in open session.

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A preview report, which includes a meeting agenda, can be found here.

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