Finalists named for Eatonville schools superintendent

8:52 am April 15th, 2013

The search for a new superintendent of Eatonville School District has been narrowed to three finalists – one from Tacoma and two from southwest Washington.
The remaining candidates from an original group of 20 applicants, announced Monday by the School Board, are:
• Krestin Bahr, director of secondary education for middle schools in the Tacoma School District.
• Christopher Fritsch, assistant superintendent of Longview School District.
• Shannon Webster, assistant superintendent of Hoquiam School District.
They will be in the Eatonville district next week – Fritsch on April 22, Webster on April 23 and Bahr on April 25 – to meet students and school staff members, and to answer citizens’ questions during forums. The forums will be held at 7 p.m. at Eatonville Hgh School.
(Read more in the April 17 print edition of The Dispatch)

2 Responses to Finalists named for Eatonville schools superintendent

  1. Eric Watson Reply

    April 15, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    I would like to know how much they are getting paid. If they are making big money….I would take the job for $70k a year. There is no moving expences or other costs. Just enough to pay my bills would be just fine.

  2. Recipient of Senior Surprise Reply

    April 17, 2013 at 5:08 am

    Wow, Mr. Watson, always with a hand out. Why didn’t you apply for the job? Did you not think you would stack up against the qualified candidates. By the way, it is quite a bit more than $70,000. Thankfully, the job is not awarded to the person that bids the lowest.

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