After Sept. 30, the search for a replacement for retired Superintendent of Schools Michael Schilder will move into a new phase, sorting through potential candidates to find the best matches for the district.
"Up until this point, it's all been collecting information and startup," board of education President Patrick Breslin said after Tuesday's meeting.
"Then, we'll start a process of going through them to see which ones are viable candidates," he said.
The board has scheduled three executive sessions for the end of October to accommodate any interviews or discussions needed for the search, but Breslin said the district will be providing additional updates along the way.
He said the website link will be updated providing dates for when the next steps are taken through October.