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Lowville Academy

Lewis County, NY- The next phase of recruiting a new Lowville Academy Superintendent is underway as the board of education has selected the final two candidates.

According to officials, Rebecca Dunckel-King, Superintendent of Remsen Central School and Tina Lane, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction at Oneida City School District, are both scheduled to participate in an upcoming question and answer session with the community.

Lane and Dunckel-King were among a total of 14 individuals, who submitted letters of interest, and were interviewed by the board on March 14.

During the upcoming session with the community, scheduled for Tuesday, April 9, residents will have the chance to meet both candidates and ask them questions relevant to their concerns. The first public session, which will feature Rebecca Dunckel-King, will begin at 6:00 p.m. The second public session, which will feature Tina Lane, will begin at 7:00 p.m.

The vacancy for Lowville Academy’s Superintendent of Schools was widely advertised and during the months leading up to this phase of recruitment, board members have embarked on the process of ensuring this important decision is accomplished effectively. Stay tuned, we’ll air more details as the date approaches.

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