Published March 02 2012
List of all 38 candidates for the Fargo schools superintendent jobFARGO – Here are the 38 candidates who have applied to be the Fargo School District’s next superintendent of schools:
<•> Wayne Kazmiercak, assistant superintendent, Moorhead School District
<•> Jeffrey Schatz, principal, Fargo Davies High School
<•> Steven Swiontek, superintendent, Devils Lake (N.D.) School District
<•> Stan F. Mack II, Minneapolis, executive director Minnesota Board of School Administrators
<•> Terry Brenner, director of curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional development, Grand Forks Public Schools
<•> Jeffery Lind, superintendent, Rugby (N.D.) Public School District
<•> Thomas Nitschke, superintendent, Kulm (N.D.) School District
<•> Michael D. Cary, principal, Waubun-Ogema-White Earth (Minn.) Schools
<•> Bruce Houck, superintendent, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (Minn.) Public Schools
<•> M. Wayne Honeycutt, director of schools, Loudon County (Tenn.) Schools
<•> Arsalan Danish, robotics instructor, Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
<•> Lawrence Gregory DeHarde, physical education teacher and coach, Abramson Science and Technology Charter School, New Orleans.
<•> Jody Mimmack, executive director of instructional support, chief academic officer, Mesa County (Colo.) Valley School District No. 51 at the Basil T. Knight Center.
<•> Terry L. Truvillion, Southfield, Mich., vice president for educational services, Edison Learning Inc.
<•> James G. Feil, superintendent for Traverse City (Mich.) Area Public Schools
<•> Charleen A.V. Thompson, Newington, Ga., superintendent, Al Jeel al Jadeed Inc. American Academy for Girls, Kuwait City, Kuwait
<•> Don Estill, director of operations/chief operating officer, Gary (Mich.) Community Schools Corp.
<•> Dwayne Newman, superintendent, Monte Vista (Colo.) School District
<•> Randy Butcher, Crystal City, Mo., Realtor and businessman, last education position was special education director, Goshen County (Wyo.) Schools
<•> David Mitchell Curry, principal, Scott Johnson Middle School, McKinney (Texas) Independent School District
<•> Luis Gonzalez, superintendent, chief executive officer, Central Dauphin (Pa.) School District
<•> Stanley S. Wooden, teacher, School Community Guidance Center and at Skyline Evening School in Dallas
<•> Roger DeGroot, superintendent, Brookings (S.D.) School District
<•> Brian O’Connell, attorney and school committee member, Worcester (Mass.) Public Schools
<•> Laura K. Schuster, superintendent, Groton (S.D.) Area School District
<•> Ronnie Mackin, principal, Kingsbury Middle School, Memphis, Tenn.
E William Myhr, superintendent, Fountain Hills (Ariz.) Unified School District
<•> Richard Ryder, Mechanicsville, Va., chief operating officer, Flynn’s Foods
<•> Sidney Zullinger, chief school officer for high schools and director of academic services, Houston Independent School District
<•> James Benfield, superintendent, Yadkin County Schools, Yadkinville, N.C.
<•> Joel Boyd, assistant superintendent, School District of Philadelphia.
<•> Joseph C. Farnsworth, human resource director, Queen Creek (Ariz.) Unified School District
<•> Steve Gallon III, chief executive officer, Tri-Star Leadership Inc., Miami.
<•> Keith Cox, principal, Lincoln Park Academy, Fort Pierce, Fla., assistant superintendent, St. Lucie County Schools
<•> Mary Davis, academic officer and assistant superintendent, Peoria (Ill.) Public Schools
<•> Timothy Davis, middle school ESOL teacher, Dekalb County (Ga.) School District
<•> Thomas Gay, Lapeer, Mich., president and CEO, The Quality Schools Group
<•> Robert Haworth, assistant superintendent, Valparaiso (Ind.) Community School
Compiled by Helmut Schmidt