According to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Scottie Griffin is one of the seventeen people who have applied to be the superintendent of the Pulaski County, Arkansas school district. The $142,659/year job is available after the current superintendent retired after just three years. Their school board is going to pick out finalists in the next week or so to pick out finalists. Hopefully that school board will do a better job on background checks than Charlottesville’s.
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“Hopefully that school board will do a better job on background checks than Charlottesville’s.”
please welcome your new pulaski county school superintendent, ronnie mexico!
Anyone know how to read the Arkansas paper’s article for free? It’s a paid site……
You can use the site bugmenot.com to find a free login.
Once again Cvillenews scoops channel 29.
Well, with her credentials I feel certain she can get Turner and the Johnsons for her recommendations
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