Two Additional Candidates Interviewed for JMCSS Superintendent
WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News Staff
JACKSON, Tenn.- The roller coaster ride continues in the search for a new superintendent of the Jackson-Madison County School District.
Two brand new candidates were interviewed Wednesday night.
The board first questioned Alan Coverstone. He currently works with the Metro Nashville School District as the executive director of the Office of Innovation. According to its website, the office's goal is to increase the number of college ready graduates in the district.
The final candidate, David Huss was asked the same series of questions during and hour and a half long interview. Huss currently serves as director of school in Obion County.
The school board is scheduled to meet again tomorrow to discuss its next step.