TWIN FALLS, Idaho (News Release) The Twin Falls School District Board of Trustees came to a decision Saturday afternoon to advance three finalists to the next portion of the search for the next head of the Twin Falls School District.
The board has already gone through an extensive process, enlisting the assistance of the Idaho School Boards Association to advertise the opening and collect applications.
The board accepted applications through the end of February and surveyed key stakeholders to determine what characteristics they desired in a new superintendent.
After reviewing applications and completing background and reference checks, the board selected semi-finalists who were interviewed Saturday, March 18.
Of the semi-finalists, Dr. Brady Dickinson, Dr. Jim Shank, and Mr. Monte Woolstenhulme were selected to advance in the process.
Now that finalists have been selected, the board will move forward with another round of interviews and a community meet and greet with the finalists.
The meet and greet is scheduled for March 31 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Canyon Ridge High School in the cafeteria.
Board members will be present at the meet and greet.
The Board plans to make a final decision and announce the next TFSD superintendent on April 3.
Dr. Jim Shank currently serves as Superintendent for Coupeville School District in Coupeville, Washington.
Dr. Brady Dickinson works as Director of Operations for Twin Falls School District in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Mr. Monte Woolstenhulme currently serves as Superintendent for Teton School District in Driggs, Idaho.