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EISD may pick next district chief

After a months-long process, the Ennis ISD will consider naming the lone finalist out of three candidates for superintendent when they meet Wednesday.
Former Superintendent Eddie Dunn, who served the district for three years told the board in January that he would retire in June.
After Dunn’s announcement, the board immediately began the search process for a new superintendent. While the board was looking for a new superintendent, Bill Chapman served as transitional superintendent for Ennis ISD.
From all the applications, six were selected for the interview process. In mid-May, the six were narrowed down to three, and the finalist has been selected from the three.
To help with the search process, the Ennis ISD Board of Trustees used the services of the Executive Search division of the Texas Association of School Boards.
Butch Felkner, director of the Executive Search division of TASB, came to Ennis to help identify the qualities that a desirable candidate for superintendent should possess. A Leadership Profile Assessment was held in March to get input from members of the district’s central office administration and campus administration, as well as parents, civic leaders and other community members.
For the people who could not attend any of the workshops offered, an online survey was available through the district’s Web site.

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