With interim leader in place, board members see no need to rush in finding permanent replacement

Edinburgh has been without a full-time school superintendent for about nine months, and the school board sees no reason for that to change anytime soon.

About a month-and-a-half after Superintendent Denise Bessler resigned from Edinburgh, the school district hired David Glentzer as a temporary leader.

Since then Glentzer has been in charge of overseeing the school district’s budget and has been finding ways to save Edinburgh money. He also has been conducting building assessments and helping plan for the future of the school district, which has more than 900 students and more than 60 teachers, school board member Cathy Hamm said.

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