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Quick decision is right decision for Ennis ISD

The Ennis Independent School District is in the middle of a very important transition. Former Superintendent John Chapman recently left to take a job with Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, meaning Ennis is without a head administrator. That should change at Tuesday’s school board meeting when the EISD trustees are expected to appoint Lloyd Treadwell to the post on an interim basis. With the departure of one leader comes many questions: What is the state of the district? Who will stay in administration, and who will move on? What will the new superintendent bring to the district? And how can the district prepare for whoever will fill that role next? Treadwell, a veteran when it comes to interim jobs, would make for a good hire. He recently left a stint with Sherman ISD, where he spent five months. A short time, but an important time for any district. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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