GLOVERSVILLE - The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education has narrowed its superintendent selection to two candidates.
Interim Superintendent Cliff Moses said the identities of the two finalists, out of four interviewed, likely will be revealed later this week.
Stakeholder committees, including teachers, parent-teacher association members, administration members and support staff will interview the two candidates Monday and Tuesday.
Moses said Mike Hauser, the board's newly elected member who takes his seat in July, will be on one of the committees as well.
"We're getting closer, and hopefully, the board can come to some sort of decision, if not appoint, at the June 18 meeting," Moses said.
The new superintendent will replace Robert DeLilli, who left in August to become the Johnstown superintendent.
In mid-January, the board selected Kenneth W. Newman Sr., an assistant superintendent at Monticello schools in Sullivan County. But the board withdrew its offer in mid-February after negotiations broke down over a residency requirement.
In the new search, four sitting superintendents and one assistant superintendent showed an interest in the job. None of the three finalists in the last search were sitting superintendents.