After interviewing for the job Monday night with the Christian County School Board, former Collier County, Florida school system Chief Administrative Officer Mary Ann Gemmill could be hired as the next local superintendent as soon as Tuesday night.
Ms. Gemmill’s Tuesday begins with a breakfast meeting with local leaders at the Chamber of Commerce at 7am, includes meetings with all of the local principals and classified staff, features a public forum at Christian County High at 4 and concludes with a dinner and another interview with the board.
The final meeting of the night will be at 8:30, when the board could take action to hire Ms. Gemmill—though that is certainly no foregone conclusion considering Madison County Assistant Superintendent Marvin Welch sat in the same seat with the same agenda Thursday evening.
The agenda also includes a line item to reinstate the two assistant superintendent positions, though the individuals currently holding those posts through the end of the month are retiring.
Current Superintendent Brady Link’s term expires at June 30th after the board chose not to renew his contract earlier this year.