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Board of Education members with the Port Huron Area School District have a pair of meetings this and next Monday set aside to interview the half dozen selected candidates for Superintendent.  They are the ones out of 17 who applied for the post that the Board deemed should be interviewed.  The sessions begin this evening with three of the candidates,  Scott Moore Superintendent, Oscoda Area School, David M. Bush Superintendent, Birch Run Area Schools, and Curtis M. Clough Superintendent, Franklin Local Schools. Three more of the candidates will be interviewed next Monday. Both sessions are open to the public and are held at the Port Huron High cafeteria beginning at 5:30.  More information on the search is available at the school’s web site.  The interviews just happen to coincide with the search for a new City Manager in Port Huron.  That process sees public interviews in a meeting set for Saturday at the Municipal Office Center. There were 45 who had originally applied for the city position.
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