By Mark Boshnack
The Daily Star
---- — Two finalists in the Oneonta City School District search for a superintendent will be coming to the district June 7 for interviews with a variety of committees, officials involved with the process said Friday.
The post is currently filled by Interim Superintendent David Rowley. The vacancy opened when Michael Shea retired in 2012. The salary range for the position is $135,000- $155,000.
Joseph Yelich, superintendent at Waverly Central School, and Roger Clough, superintendent at Massena Central School, will meet with five committees, representing teachers, administrators, students, community and support staff, ONC BOCES District Superintendent Nicholas Savin said.
He has been assisting the board of education in the search. Using the group comments, the board of education will make a final decision.
An appointment could be made at a board of education meeting later that month. According to the latest state school report cards, the enrollment at Oneonta is 1,790.
Massena has 2,740 students and Waverly has about 1,610 students.