Deputy Superintendent Anthony Monreal appears to be on the verge of leaving Madera Unified in a move that could place him in the superintendent’s chair at Delano Union School District.
According to the Delano Record, Monreal, who appeared in a public forum Monday to field questions, was one of three finalists for school chief in the little farming community south of Porterville.
According to sources inside the Delano Record, the Delano school board went into executive session after the public forum and choose Monreal for the job. The board did not release that decision to the public, but knowledgeable sources in Madera say that Monreal is scheduled to meet with the Delano school board on Monday to negotiate his contract for the superintendency. This same information was confirmed by sources in the Delano Record.
The Delano Union School District is made up of eight K-5 schools and three 6-8 middle schools. The district now has 7,000 students enrolled...