The board of education of Toledo Public Schools interviewed three remaining candidates for Superintendent in three separate one hour interviews on Monday.
Dr. Deborah Hunter-Harvill ,of Flint, Michigan, was the only one who spoke to the media after her question and answer session. She said if she becomes the next superintendent she would look forward to working with the community, and teachers. "I look forward to bringing in the community, engaging the community, engaging the parents, the faith based institutions," Dr. Hunter-Harvill said.
After the final candidate was interviewed, board president Bob Vasquez emerged to announce that a special meeting of the school board was set up for Wednesday at 6:30pm at which time additional candidates for the superintendent position will be intoduced.
Vasquez did not name those persons but said they were Toledo area residents with corpoarte experience.
The current superintendent John Foley's last day is July 31.
Whoever the new superintendent is that person will inherit a district facing a $39 million budget deficit.