OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - After the state's largest school district announced its superintendent finalists Monday, the public is invited to meet them before the school board interviews them.
Dr. Cheryl Logan of Philadelphia and Harrison Peters of Tampa are in the running for the top job at Omaha Public Schools.
Meet and greets are scheduled for Jan. 30 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the TAC building, which is followed by interviews with the board.
Currently, Dr. Logan is the chief academic officer at Philadelphia Public Schools, whereas Peters is the deputy superintendent and chief of schools in Hillsborough County Public Schools in Tampa.
The search firm Ray and Associates narrowed the applicant pool from 74 to two upon the announcement.
According to the district's timeline, it could be on track to name the next superintendent come late January or early February.The person will replace out-going Supt. Mark Evans at the end of this school year.
To learn more about the search, click here.