Troy schools superintendent Eric Herman announced Jan. 25, 2018, that he will retire at the end of the school year. CONTRIBUTED

2 Troy school superintendent finalists will meet with public

TROY – Two finalists for superintendent have been selected by the Troy City Schools Board of Education.

Jeremy Miller, current district assistant superintendent, and Christopher Piper, superintendent of the Triad Local Schools, were selected from among 16 applicants and eight semi-finalists.

District staff and stakeholders were notified about the selections on Thursday by Jeff Price, the district’s treasurer and chief financial officer.

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The public will have the opportunity to meet the finalists on April 10 for Miller and April 11 for Piper at 4:15 p.m. at the Troy Junior High School Library. The board of education will meet both days at 6:30 p.m. in a closed executive session to interview the candidates.

District Superintendent Eric Herman announced earlier this year he would retire at the end of July.

Doug Trostle, board of education president, said a new superintendent would be hired by the end of April.

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