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Libby Makes Three Valley Schools Needing A Superintendent

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Libby is searching for a new superintendent of schools, making it the third school district in the Valley that is looking.

After sixteen years, and nearly half a century in education, the current superintendent, Kirby Maki, thinks it is about time to step down.

Applications for the position are due to the Montana School Board Association by January 17.

Then a week later on January 24, the school board will start sifting through potential candidates.

Right now, interviews with finalists are scheduled for February 6 and 7.

"We're very hopeful that there will be a number of candidates, but experience probably shows that we'll have hopefully somewhere in the neighborhood of ten," said Bob Vogel, the Director of Governmental Relations with the Montana School Board Association.

The new superintendent will start on July 1.

The superintendent application is online here. Just scroll down to the Libby posting.

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