WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- The finalists to become the Waynesboro Area School District's new assistant superintendent highlighted individual student achievement when they addressed the public Monday.
Rita Sterner-Hine and Evan Williams were asked to talk about an educational model based on Waynesboro's past three years of Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) data. They each spoke for roughly 30 minutes in front of a small crowd mostly comprised of Sterner-Hine's family and colleagues.
Attendees were invited to submit comments on index cards or e-mail them, but they were not given time to ask questions.
The school board is expected to choose a new assistant superintendent Dec. 2, then enter into contract negotiations and make a formal announcement two weeks later.