BELOIT - There are three finalists for the superintendent post in the School District of Beloit.
The Board of Education narrowed the pool from seven to three candidates at its Tuesday evening meeting after watching their video presentations, according to an interview with Board of Education President Laurie Endres following the meeting.
The three candidates selected are Dr. Kevin Brown, Dr. Daniel Keyser and David Munoz.
Brown currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education for Columbia Public Schools in Columbia, Missouri.
Keyser currently serves as the Director of Secondary Teaching and Learning for the School District of Waukesha in Wisconsin.
Munoz currently serves as the high school principal in the School District of the Menomonie Area.
The selected candidates will be invited for back for a first round in-person interview on May 23.
In an earlier interview, Miles Turner of the search firm School Exec Connect, said after the May 23 interviews the board will determine whether to invite back certain candidates for a final interview on May 31.
Prior to the final interview, community and staff committees will interview the candidates and write reports to the board on their observations.
The goal is to have a new superintendent in place by July 1.
In December 2017 Superintendent Tom Johnson announced his resignation effective June 30, 2018, due to serious health concerns. Darrell Williams, assistant superintendent for administration, operations and equity has been serving as interim superintendent.