Thursday, April 19, 2012

Kriner Cash Withdraws, Charlotte Offers Job to Reno Superintendent

Posted By on Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 11:07 AM

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The Charlotte Observer reports that Kriner Cash withdrew from consideration as the next superintendent of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools and another one of the three finalists has been offered the job.

Cash, who was given a one-year extension of his contract until the start of the school year in 2013, visited Charlotte last week and met with various groups. He reportedly withdrew from consideration shortly before the selection of Heath Morrison was announced.

In December, former Charlotte-Mecklenburg superintendent Pete Gorman and three other representatives of the community came to Memphis to meet with the Transition Planning Commission and members of the unified school board.

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