The School District of Milton Friday announced two finalists for the position of interim superintendent. The human resources committee met with administration on Thursday, June 13, and reviewed a list of candidates interested in serving as the interim superintendent for the upcoming school year.

The school board then interviewed the candidates on Monday.

Both will be newly retired at the end of the 2018-19 school year (June). They are:

  • Richard Dahman, MS, Educational Leadership, who is the superintendent of Winona Area Public Schools, Winona, Minnesota.
  • Connie K. Valenza, Ph.D., Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, who is superintendent of the Platteville School District.

School Board President Joe Martin in the news release issued Friday commented on the selection of the interim superintendent finalists by stating “I wish to thank the Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators for their help in providing names of interested candidates. The number of highly qualified candidates interested in the position demonstrates that the School District of Milton is a great district where people want to come and serve our students and families. We look forward to interviewing these finalists early next week.”

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