Centreville BOE Selects Chad Brady To Be Next Superintendent
By: Mike Stiles - Monday, May 2, 2022

Chad Brady taking a question from the Centreville Board Of Education (photo courtesy of Mike Stiles/Swick Broadcasting)

(CENTREVILLE) – The Centreville Board of Education has selected an individual to be their next Superintendent.

On Saturday, the Centreville School Board voted 5-0 to enter into contract negotiations with Chad Brady to be the new Superintendent.

The Board held second round interviews with Brady, who is the interim Centreville Superintendent, and with Jerome Wolff, the current Superintendent for Nottawa Community School. Both men had been part of the first interviews on April 20 along with two other candidates. The Board at that time, chose Brady and Wolff to come back for a more in depth interview.

Following the interviews on Saturday, the Board met to discuss what their next step should be. Board of Education President Jeff Troyer says either one of the candidates would be a great fit for Centreville. ...... {LISTEN}.

Board member TJ Reed echoed Troyer's comments and explains why Brady is the person to be the Centreville Superintendent. ...... {LISTEN}.

Brady has been with the Centreville Schools for four years and served most recently as the High School Principal. He was named the interim superintendent February 1 after Stephanie Lemmer announced her resignation.

The Centreville Board of Education has set the salary range from a low of $110,000 to a high of $125,000, for the new Superintendent.


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