Madera Unified School District trustees appear to be just days away from selecting a new school superintendent. After six months of operating with an interim superintendent, the board is exercising its option this week, under the adopted timeline, of visiting the home districts of the unnamed finalists, according to board president, Ricardo Arredondo.
Arredondo confirmed to The Tribune on Tuesday that the board held two rounds of interviews last week. The first was July 2. The field was narrowed on that day, and the second round was held July 3.
Visits by The Tribune to the district office on July 2 and 3 revealed that an undetermined number of candidates were interviewed by the board on July 2, and that two candidates were called back for the second round on July 3.
The board has not released the names of any of the candidates...