President Tyler McGhghy wants to remain on the Keokuk School Board so he can keep working to help students succeed in school and in life.
The Keokuk School Board could announce the district’s new superintendent as early as Thursday night during a special board meeting.
The panel met behind closed doors for about one hour Tuesday night.
President Tyler McGhghy says the board used the meeting to talk about the details of a potential contract with the firm helping the district, Cedar Rapids-based Ray & Associates.
He says at this point, the maximum starting salary in a potential deal is $155,000.
McGhghy says the meeting was also used to discuss the six interviews conducted over the weekend.