Community members question 1st of 2 Ann Arbor schools superintendent finalists
Danielle Arndt | AnnArbor.com
Ann Arbor Public Schools superintendent finalist Jeanice Kerr Swift has almost finished her day of meet-and-greets and interviews in the district. The public now has an opportunity to ask questions of Swift, and AnnArbor.com will be covering it live.
Swift, assistant superintendent of Colorado Springs District 11, is one of two candidates who advanced to the final round of interviews in the district's search to find its next superintendent. Former Superintendent Patricia Green retired last week after two years with AAPS.
The second finalist, Brian Osborne, superintendent of South Orange-Maplewood School District in New Jersey, will tour AAPS tomorrow, before the Ann Arbor school board prepares to make a decision on a new district leader Friday.
Swift had her final interview with the board at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, during which she presented a 90-day entry plan for how she would tackle becoming acquainted with the district, if she was selected to assume the role of superintendent.
The community Q-&-A session with Swift will begin at 7 p.m. at Skyline High School. Follow along with the meeting in the live blog below.