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Warren rejects all 3 finalists

Board’s search for next superintendent continues

June 11, 2013

VINCENT — The Warren Local Board of Education did not select any of the three candidates who met with community members this weekend to be the district's next superintendent....

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Jun-12-13 8:01 PM

"...puck you are just a sore loser, and maybe need to be reminded many people have died for the right of the peoples vote." I am not a sore loser, the "NO" voters won all the elections, and I am acknowledging that. And, as a proud nephew of a man who fought with Patton in Europe, I am well aware of the sacrifices people made for our rights.

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Jun-12-13 8:41 AM

No comment needed----self explanatory.

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Jun-11-13 11:59 AM

The Warren School District, that Fort Frye School District , that Wolf Creek District; three small, rural high schools compared to any suburban or metro districts in Ohio or elsewhere--especially elsewhere; hanging on, just like the good old days. Well with the exception of Waterford H.S. the other two are of the good old days, when there were more good paying jobs in the Valley. A serious candidate for superintendent of the Warren District had better sandbag his resume and career; that district is a Titanic looking for an iceberg.

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Jun-11-13 11:31 AM

Gibbs and the board don't want anyone smart enough to figure out what they have done the last 8 years.

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Jun-11-13 9:37 AM

out of 18 could not find 1 to pick, 65% voted against the BOE bond, time to change the BOE. puck you are just a sore loser, and maybe need to be reminded many people have died for the right of the peoples vote.

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Jun-11-13 8:46 AM

Get off those high standards or high class and get back to the basics of education. The teacher group along with one board member made it clear what they expected. To bad it wasn’t in the interest of the children.

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Jun-11-13 8:15 AM

Weren't there 5 candidates originally? You never can tell who the public really wanted. The board has its reasons and is bending overboard to make sure they find the right candidate, who has yet to appear. Stay tuned for further developments, folks!

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Jun-11-13 8:11 AM

high standards are high standards...if no one met them, then they should move on toward a more qualified candidate. Congrats to Warren folks and the Board.

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Jun-11-13 7:24 AM

Wouldn't you just love to move to the Warren school district? The ******* capitol of the world.

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Jun-11-13 7:20 AM

The employees that were at the meeting were likely the ones that rejected the candidates.

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Jun-11-13 6:41 AM

Congratulations to all the "NO" voters who showed up. You let the three candidates know exactly who will be in charge. Not them.

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