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Groton school board to interview two finalists for superintendent

Published October 04. 2013 4:00AM

Groton - The Board of Education will interview two finalists on Monday for the superintendent's job: Michael Graner, the superintendent in Ledyard, and Denise L. Clemons, the recently hired assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction in Groton.

Interviews will be held in executive session from 6:30 until 9 p.m. in the school administration offices in Room 11.

The board had initially interviewed three finalists the week of Sept. 23, including Robert J. Angeli, associate superintendent for instruction in the Meriden Public Schools.

The consulting firm McPherson & Jacobson helped the school board with the search and conducted background checks on applicants before submitting six candidates' names.

The school board fired former Superintendent Paul Kadri in March after an arbitrator found he violated board policy. Kadri has maintained he did nothing wrong.

- Deborah Straszheim

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