Superintendent outlines plan to replace principal
As principal of Campbell County High School, Ginger Webb had to introduce Superintendent Anthony Strong on Thursday to talk about item six on the school's site-based council meeting agenda: "Principal Selection."
"It was very uncomfortable," Webb said after the meeting.
Last month, Strong informed Webb, in her third year on the job, that her contract would not be renewed for the 2007-08 school year - a decision that has caused an uproar within the community...
...The job has been posted for two weeks and will be posted for about two more. Strong said he has 10 applications. He and a committee of district administrators and site-based members likely will screen applicants the first week of June. At any point, the council - which makes the final decision - can ask him for the resumes of qualified applicants.
Though Webb has not applied for the job, she said Thursday that she is strongly considering it - and the council would consider hiring her.
"If Mrs. Webb applies, I would definitely ask to see her resume," council member and special education teacher Roseann McCafferty said.
This from the Cincinnati Enquirer.