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Paris Independent School District still has not made a decision as to who will take the reins when Superintendent Paul Trull retires at the end of this month.
The board of trustees met in a special session Monday to discuss applicants and an interim superintendent, but took action on neither point.
“The process is still underway. We’re still in negotiations with the candidate, but we don’t have anything concrete yet,” Board President George Fisher. “Maybe by the end of the week, we might have something different.”
Fisher and two other board members visited “a person of interest” last week and reported their findings to the board at today’s meeting. The district has extended an offer, and Fisher said the board wants to give their candidate of choice a reasonable amount of time to consider.
The board has not set any kind of official timetable.
“We’ll probably schedule another meeting,” Fisher said. “We might have another site visit.”