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Kimball school board appoints interim superintendent

 

December 28, 2017



Kent Halley was hired as Kimball’s interim superintendent at the Dec. 11 Kimball Board of Education meeting, following the resignation of Marshall Lewis.

Most recently from Mitchell, having served 10 years as high school principal there and 13 years as superintendent, Halley is currently retired.

He received word that Kimball was looking for a short-term, interim superintendent through the Nebraska School Board Association and is planning to serve locally from Jan. 3, 2018 through the end of June 2018.

He comes to Kimball with his wife, Pam, who have three adult children and seven grandchildren. He and his wife plan to rent a home while in Kimball.

“Im very excited to work with the staff, board and community, it will be fun,” Halley said. “I think the big thing is to address any board and staff concerns and try to accomplish as many of their goals as possible.”

 

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