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Announcement on new Washington Co. schools chief might come next week

April 21, 2011|By JULIE E. GREENE | julieg@herald-mail.com
  • Finalists for the position of Washington County schools superintendent are, from left, Boyd J. Michael III, Craig Fiegel and Clayton M. Wilcox.
Finalists for the position of Washington County schools superintendent are, from left, Boyd J. Michael III, Craig Fiegel and Clayton M. Wilcox.

HAGERSTOWN — An announcement naming the next Washington County Public Schools superintendent will not be made this week, school board President Wayne Ridenour said Thursday.

Ridenour had said Wednesday that the board could make a decision as early as this week.

But he said Thursday that it won’t be this week, but it could happen by the end of next week.

The school system has three finalists — Craig Fiegel, Boyd J. Michael III and Clayton M. Wilcox — for the position.

Elizabeth Morgan retired from the superintendency on Feb. 28 to take a job leading a national nonprofit group’s dropout prevention initiative.

Washington County Public Schools has approximately 22,200 students.

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