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Hall won with votes to Cloud's votes, according to unofficial from the Pope County Election Commission. In a text message after the election were in, Cloud said he congratulates Hall on the win. Hall nothing but the best as she begins her service," Cloud said.
I want to thank all of the patrons, my friends and especially my family for their support in this election. My sincerest thanks goes to my wonderful family and the dedicated supporters who made this campaign possible. Cloud and other School Board members have faced criticism for the recent ousting of longtime Superintendent Mark Gotcher.
After an executive session on April 21, the School Board voted to place Gotcher on paid administrative leave and terminate his contract on June Numerous text messages and s objecting to the decision were released to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in response to a Freedom of Information Act request. We will be looking at every angle possible to fight this. Not just election time but any and all other means necessary. Carol Harrison said in an that she would be expressing how she felt about the decision in the "upcoming school board election for Chris Cloud's position.
Gotcher, who had been superintendent sinceworked at the district for more than two decades. Andrew Vining was named by the board as interim superintendent and ed a month contract with the district. When asked earlier Tuesday in a telephone interview when the search for a permanent superintendent would begin, Cloud said, "No comment. Gotcher's latest contract was to run from July 1,to June 30, Cloud issued a statement in late April blaming the decision to fire Gotcher on the superintendent's annual performance evaluation completed by the board in January.
Gotcher's relationship with the board and district staff saw "a range of issues" in the three months since the evaluation, Cloud said, so the board decided the district "needed new leadership. Gotcher's employment relationship with the Russellville School District," according to the statement.
Gotcher's latest evaluation -- obtained in a Freedom of Information Act request by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette -- was sent to the board members by Cloud on Jan. Gotcher received an overall average score of a 2, which indicates "needs improvement" according Looking in russellville the scoring matrix.
He also scored a 2 under the evaluation criteria of "determines that funds are spent wisely, with adequate control and ing.
Gotcher scored the highest in the subsection "Educational Leadership" with a 4 -- "exceeds expectations" -- on "understands and keeps informed regarding all aspects of educational issues in our state and nation. He scored a 3 -- "meets expectations" -- for having the respect of state educational leaders and a good working relationship with state political leaders.
Gotcher's evaluations for years was provided in the Freedom of Information Act response, but was nearly completely redacted, including the final average score for each year.Looking in russellville
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