WARREN COUNTY, Ky. (WBKO) - The search for a new Warren County Public Schools superintendent may soon be coming to a close.
The school board has called a special meeting Tuesday night where they will have a motion and vote on 3 candidates. In the running include Dr. Franzy Fleck, a superintendent near Chicago, Rob Clayton, a principal from Crestwood, Kentucky, and Allen Barber, a human resource director for a school in Oregon.
The Warren County School Board has been pleased with each candidate and say the decision won't be easy.
"We had three very good candidates and three very good interviews individually with each one and we're looking forward to the possibility of hopefully selecting a candidate tomorrow night but that decision won't be made until we have that vote in open session," says school board member Mike Wilson.
Over the last few weeks all 3 candidates have been touring Warren County Schools. The school board has said since the beginning of the search they wanted a new superintendent by June 21.
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