INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WISH) - Three people have been chosen as finalists for the Indianapolis Public Schools' superintendent position and none of them are in Indiana.
The finalists are Thomas Darden, executive director of New York Schools for ASPIRA, Inc.; Lewis Ferebee, chief of staff for the Durham Public Schools in North Carolina; and Millard House, chief operating officer for Charlotte-Mecklenberg Schools in North Carolina.
The IPS Board of School Commissioners selected the three Monday night to come in for a second interview. Those will be held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The three candidates will be available to meet with residents on Thursday in the Board Room of the John Morton-Finney Center for Educational Services, 120 East Walnut Street at the following times:
6-6:30 p.m. - Thomas Darden
6:45-7:15 p.m. - Lewis Ferebee
7:30-8 - Millard House
Board members will meet in an executive session on Saturday where they may announce their preferred candidate for the position.
The board will post the superintendent's contract and hold a public meeting. A date and time has not been set as of Tuesday.
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