After interviewing three finalists Tuesday night, Bronson Community Schools Board of Education has picked its next Superintendent.
The board voted to offer the position of Superintendent of Schools to Constantine Superintendent Steve Wilson, contingent on a site visit. The board hopes to visit Wilson’s district early next week and have a contract in place with him before the holiday break, with a goal of Wilson starting his new job on January 2nd, 2020.
Wilson would take over for Rick Hilderly, who left Bronson in October after accepting the Superintendent's job in Tecumseh, Michigan.
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