New PBC School Superintendent Selected Tonight

In just hours we will learn who will be the new leader of the Palm Beach County school District.

The selection of the new superintendent of schools will all take place tonight. Current PBC School Superintendent Robert Avossa will step down on June 12th.

Deputy Superintendent David Christensen, Chief Operating Officer Donald Fennoy and Chief Academic Officer Keith Oswald are the finalists.

The final selection will be announced at 7:00 tonight.

Once the candidate is elected a contract negotiation will begin and then that contract will be on the agenda for approval at the March 14th board meeting.

David Christiansen, deputy superintendent since July 2015.
He was formerly chief academic officer for Lake County schools, associate superintendent of Fresno schools in California and a teacher and principal in Orange County, Fla., schools.

Donald Fennoy, chief operating officer since May 2016.
He was previously senior area superintendent in Fulton County, Ga., schools, executive director of New Leaders for New Schools in Maryland, a high school principal in Charlotte, N.C., and a teacher and assistant principal in Orange County, Fla., schools.

Keith Oswald, chief academic officer since September 2014.
He has worked in Palm Beach County schools most of his career, as a teacher, assistant principal and principal, assistant superintendent and area superintendent.

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