The search for Anderson Shiro Consolidated ISD’s new superintendent is all but complete.
At a recent special school board meeting, the trustees tapped Scott Beene as the lone finalist for the position.
A district official tells Navasota News the board hired the Texas Association of School Boards Executive Search Services to handle the process and met with services representatives to develop a profile of what they were looking for.
The official says six were interviewed for the job and Beene was the last-man –standing after two rounds of interviews.
The district reports the lone-finalist has served as the superintendent of Big Sandy ISD for almost a decade. And in that time the man reportedly developed and coordinated a 6.75 million dollar bond program, which included science lab renovations and construction of 11 new classrooms. And lastly the district has met standard in its latest state accountability scores.
Currently back in the county seat, Superintendent Sarah Goolsby is on leave and the district’s Dr. Cathryn George is acting as interim-superintendent while she is away.
Officials say by law the board has to wait 21-days from the decision to officially hire Beene. And the board has set a special meeting this Friday May 27th to offer Beene the job.