May 22, 2015


Wellington school board introduces new superintendent

New superintendent Dennis Mock, left, meets members of the Wellington School District following a board meeting Wednesday. KRISTIN BAUER/CHRONICLE

WELLINGTON — Dennis Mock, a veteran superintendent for more than 20 years in Genoa Schools, approached the position of the Wellington district’s next head Wednesday night with a clear cut goal —continue working to bring the district out of a deficit. The school board voted unanimously to hire Mock to a three-year contract Wednesday night. Read More…

Wellington taps Genoa’s Mock as superintendent

WELLINGTON — A superintendent with more than two decades of experience will soon bring his knowledge to Wellington Schools when he takes over next school year. This month, the Wellington Schools Board of Education chose Dennis Mock, a superintendent with Genoa Schools for 20 years, to be the district’s next superintendent. The board will vote Read More…

Pool narrows for Wellington school superintendent

WELLINGTON — The Board of Education is looking outside the district — and even the county — for a new superintendent. The board met Tuesday to review, with community groups, three candidates up for consideration. They were chosen after an initial pool of 21 was whittled down to six by the Educational Service Center and Read More…

JVS superintendent borrows phrases from N.Y. administrator’s message

The message written by New York school superintendent Mark Mondanaro, left, was used to craft Lorain County JVS Superintendent Glann Faircloth's message.

PITTSFIELD TWP. — Lorain County Joint Vocational School Superintendent Glenn Faircloth copied parts of an update attributed to him on the school’s website from a similar message written three years ago by a New York superintendent. Although Faircloth rephrased some of the language he used in his message, posted this week, much of it is Read More…

Lorain narrows superintendent list to 3

LORAIN — The three finalists to become the new Lorain Schools superintendent are expected to be announced today. The three were chosen Thursday by Superintendent Search Committee members from among seven semi-finalists. Each member of the 10-member committee chose three candidates and the three with the most points were selected, according to Mitchell Fallis, a Read More…