Education
10:53 am
Fri December 7, 2012

OPS chooses its Superintendent finalists

The three finalists for Omaha Public Schools Superintendent are from Kansas, Iowa, and Washington, D.C.

The OPS board announced the candidates at a special meeting Friday morning. One is Mark Evans, Superintendent of the Andover Public Schools in Kansas. He’s a former Deputy Superintendent of the Wichita Public Schools.

Iowa City Community School District Superintendent Stephen Murley is the second candidate. The third is Carey Wright, Chief Academic Officer for the D.C. Public Schools.

Public forums will be held next Tuesday through Thursday with the candidates.

OPS set a December 17 deadline to name a new Superintendent.