For the past nine months, the Churchill County School Board has been trying to move ahead after former Superintendent Carolyn Ross’ surprise resignation in late June. The harmony between Ross and trustees was fractious — at best — during her tenure, thus causing community scorn and distrust of school district operations. Since July, though, the school board united, looked inward and began to examine themselves as public servants for Churchill County residents who have a strong interest in K-12 education. As trustees began to ponder their search for a new leader, they selected an interim superintendent, former Western Nevada College …
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