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Gloversville reopens superintendent search after board fails to agree

Gloversville reopens superintendent search after board fails to agree

Finalists included school's current assistant superintendent
Gloversville reopens superintendent search after board fails to agree
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GLOVERSVILLE — School district leaders will reopen their search for a new superintendent, starting in March, after the school board failed to agree on a choice from among three finalists during a meeting Tuesday, according to a prepared statement from Patrick Michel, superintendent of Hudson-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES, which is leading the search.

Interim Superintendent Robert DeLilli will stay on as superintendent until the end of the school year, but the release did not say when the district expected to hire a new superintendent.

The finalists were Mario Fernandez, an assistant superintendent in Poughkeepsie City School District; Wilford LeForestier Jr., assistant superintendent in the Kingston City School District; and Steven Schloicka, Gloversville's assistant superintendent.

Gloversville's former superintendent, Michael Vanyo, who oversaw the establishment of a new grade-level configuration that went into place across the district this year, left Gloversville for the superintendent's position at the Ichabod Crane Central School District.

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