June 15, 2011
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Board also OKs administrator, director contracts
The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday night voted to extend Superintendent Brad Meeks' contract.
Brad Meeks will officially start as the Steamboat Springs School District’s superintendent on July 15. Meeks arrived in Steamboat on Tuesday afternoon and signed a one-year contract with the district during a meeting with outgoing Superintendent Shalee Cunningham.
District’s next superintendent expected to start July 15
The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday night unanimously approved a contract offer for Dr. Bradley Meeks, who is expected to start as the district superintendent July 15. Meeks will arrive in Steamboat Springs on Tuesday afternoon.
Steamboat’s top pick for superintendent could be offered job Monday
The Steamboat Springs School Board will meet Monday night to vote on whether to approve a contract that would make Dr. Bradley Meeks the district’s next superintendent.
Negotiations will begin this week for top job
If contract negotiations are successful this week, Bradley Meeks, the superintendent of Farmington Area Public Schools in Minnesota, will be the Steamboat Springs School District’s next leader.
After placing their four finalists for the Steamboat Springs superintendent position under the microscope during three public interviews at The Steamboat Grand on Friday, Steamboat Springs School Board members now are focusing their attention on two top candidates.
Bradley Meeks, Lance Villers top list after public interviews
After placing their four finalists for Steamboat Springs superintendent under the microscope during public interviews, Steamboat Springs School Board members are now focusing their attention on two top candidates: Bradley Meeks, a superintendent with the Farmington Area Public Schools in Minnesota, and Lance Villers, the superintendent of the 500-student Custer County School District in Westcliffe.
School board members, public will interview 4 candidates Friday
Tempted by small-town charm, an outdoor lifestyle, and the opportunity to lead Steamboat Spring’s school district, four educators will meet the public Friday during a series of superintendent finalists interviews at The Steamboat Grand.