copyright the Chronicle February 26, 2014
by Richard Creaser
The Orleans Central Supervisory Union (OCSU) school board has tendered an offer to a new superintendent.
The name is not yet being released pending the candidate’s acceptance, but two final candidates were interviewed in public Tuesday afternoon. A decision was made after the interviews and a lengthy executive session.
On Tuesday evening OCSU school board chairman Amy Leroux of Irasburg confirmed that the board has tendered an offer to someone to replace Stephen Urgenson. The two candidates are Bruce Labs of Piermont, New Hampshire, and Don Van Nostrand of Concord. Ms. Leroux said after an offer is accepted and a final vetting process by the state Agency of Education is done an announcement will be made, probably by week’s end.