TWO OF THE FOUR CANDIDATES FOR TUSCALOOSA CITY SCHOOLS SYSTEM SUPERINTENDENT POSITION INTERVIEWED

Two of the four remaining candidates were interviewed for the Tuscaloosa City School’s Superintendent position Monday night.

Both are current System Employees.

They were asked nine questions from School Board Members.

They had 90 minutes to answer them.

Tuscaloosa City Schools Interim Superintendent Dr. Mike Daria was appointed to the Interim position back on May 3rd after former Superintendent Dr. Paul Mckendrick resigned for personal reasons.

Daria told board members, he believes every student can be successful.

He says it’s time to bring change and he’s ready to be Superintendent.

Dr. Avis Williams, Assistant Superintendent Of Curriculum And Instructions, is an Army Veteran.

She believes the system should keep children first.

Williams says all students should be reading by third grade and math efficient by 8th grade.

Wednesday, Dr. Barbara Cooper, and Dr. Garrett Brundage will be interviewed.

The board plans to name a new Superintendent July 21st.

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