The Culver Community School Corporation is continuing in their effort to hire a new superintendent for the school to replace current Superintendent Brad Schuldt who has announced he will be leaving the corporation at the end of the year. Board President Ryan Sieber explained that the board has gone through the application and interview processes, and on Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. ET, the board will hold a public input meeting regarding the contract that has been offered and publicized.
Sieber explained that after the input has been taken, the board will look to vote on the contract on Nov. 25 at their regularly scheduled meeting, and he said it’s likely that the new superintendent’s name will be announced at that time.
While there are no glaring differences in the contract for Schuldt and the new contract, Sieber said there are a few changes necessary to get the contract up-to-date. Schuldt’s contract, Sieber explained, included a grandfathered deal regarding annuities, and this new contract scratches that.
Sieber said the board feels very fortunate with the quality of the applicants that came forth, and they have narrowed it down to three possibilities.
The new superintendent would take over the position on Jan. 2.