The Kenosha Unified School District Board of Education has selected Jeffrey Weiss as its new superintendent after holding community forum feedback sessions and a second round of interviews with candidates.
Contract negotiations have concluded and a formal appointment will take place at the regular School Board meeting on Sept. 27, with a contract effective Oct. 1, the district announced in a media release Thursday.
Terms of the agreement will not be public record until formal action has been taken.
Weiss has served as an educator and educational leader since 1994. His leadership experience includes serving as an assistant superintendent in the Racine Unified School District, superintendent in the Richmond School District, and most recently, superintendent of the South Milwaukee School District.
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