MARSHALL (KMHL) – The Marshall School Board conducted an interview and has voted to offer the district’s interim superintendent position to Marshall’s Director of Teaching and Learning Jeremy Williams.
Williams was the only applicant to replace Scott Monson, who is set to resign as superintendent on June 30.
Earlier this month, Monson submitted his resignation to the school board. He is planning to take another job in the private sector. Monson said the new opportunity would allow him to have more time to dedicate to his family.
Williams has spent the previous 19 years in the school district and has served as an assistant principal at both MECLA and the high school. He also served as the West Side Elementary Principal before becoming the director of teaching and learning in 2018.
The district will enter in to negotiations with Williams – if a contract is approved by the school board, Williams will be set to start as the interim superintendent on July 1.