Sheridan narrows list of superintendent candidates

2014-03-26T11:37:00Z Sheridan narrows list of superintendent candidates Montana Standard
March 26, 2014 11:37 am

Sheridan trustees have narrowed a list of superintendent candidates to four to replace Superintendent Kim Harding, who has been with the district for six years.

Trustees will interview and select the new superintendent March 27-28. Open to the public, interviews start at 6 p.m. both days at the Sheridan High School library.

Candidates, all of whom hold degrees from Montana universities, are:

Rodney Stout, Sheridan principal for grades 7 through 12, English teacher and transportation director who taught previously in Whitehall.

Larry Markuson, superintendent/principal in the Augusta School District;

Herman Gerving, former North Slope Borough School District principal in Wainwright, Alaska, who previously taught at Sheridan and Wibaux;

Michael Weatherbee, former assistant principal at Barrow High School in Barrow, Alaska.

Contact Renata Birkenbuel at Renata.Birkenbuel@mtstandard.com or 406-496-5512.

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