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Paso Robles Joint Unified School District narrows down search for superintendent

Posted at 11:06 PM, Apr 22, 2019

The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District has narrowed down its search for a new Superintendent of Schools.

The district’s former superintendent abruptly resigned late last year.

The Board of Trustees reportedly reviewed 32 candidate applications for the job.

A total of five were interviewed, and now the board says it has selected two finalists.

Paso Robles Schools posted the news on social media Monday and said the two finalists were Curt Dubost, Superintendent of the San Miguel Joint Union School District, as well as Bill Young, Deputy Superintendent of the Natomas Unified School District.

The board will host an event where the community can meet the candidates.

That is scheduled to happen on Tuesday, April 30 at 5 p.m. in the District Board Room, which is located at 800 Niblick Road in Paso Robles.

In December, the school district agreed to a severance package with the former superintendent, Chris Williams.

Chris Williams during an interview in November. (KSBY photo)
Chris Williams during an interview in November. (KSBY photo)

 

Former superintendent Julian Crocker has been serving as interim superintendent since January.