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Manchester makes superintendent choice with in-state candidate

By MICHAEL COUSINEAU
New Hampshire Sunday News

June 08. 2013 11:55AM
From left, Manchester School District superintendent candidates Kriner Cash, Debra Livingston, and Maureen Ward, during a forum held at Memorial High School on Friday. Livingston was selected as the superintendent on Saturday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

MANCHESTER — Debra Livingston, superintendent of the Fall Mountain Regional School District, was selected Saturday to lead the state's largest school district.

The Board of School Committee voted to name Livingston as the superintendent, succeeding Thomas Brennan on July 1.

The Fall Mountain Regional School District educates students in Acworth, Alstead, Charlestown, Langdon and Walpole.

The school board interviewed the three finalists in non-public session before emerging to vote in public.

The board's first search for a successor generated three finalists. One withdrew his name and neither of the remaining two garnered majority support from the board.


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