Warren County parents and teachers will have the chance Monday night to hear from the three men vying to be the next schools superintendent. A public forum will start at 7 p.m. at Greenwood High School.
Allen Barber is a Warren Central High School graduate and currently works in school administration in Eagle Point, Oregon. Rob Clayton is a middle school principal in Oldham County, Kentucky, and Dr. Franzy Fleck is a superintendent in Burbank, Illinois.
Community Relations Coordinator Don Sergent says the next chief of schools in Warren County will face a couple of challenges.
"We're a growing district and a very diverse district, so they're probably looking for someone who can handle the issues that arise out of that growth, which a lot of times means building, and we've done a lot of that, and then the diversity dealing with ESL, the English as a Second Language population," explains Sergent.
The Warren County Board of Education will hold interviews with the finalists later this week, and a new superintendent will be named by June 21.