The Eastern Pulaski School Board met Tuesday night in a work session.
Superintendent Dr. Robert Klitzman said that the board met in sort of a brainstorming situation to gather criteria and qualifications in what they’re looking for in a new superintendent. The board will be looking at state guidelines and the corporation’s needs when discussing a new leader in the corporation.
Klitzman noted that nothing was concrete and they were giving him a list of qualifications to put together on paper.
The board will meet again on May 5 to finalize the list and start the application process. The board members will be following the recommendations of the Indiana State School Board Association in selecting a new superintendent.
Klitzman is leaving the corporation after serving as its superintendent for the past 26 years. He will be leaving after his contract expires on June 30.