Tipp City schools makes offer for superintendent

Mark Stefanik has accepted the position of superintendent of the Tipp City Exempted Village Schools.

Stefanik accepted the board of education’s job offer this week. He is scheduled to be hired at the Monday, March 16, board meeting. He has been with the Currituck schools in Currituck, N.C., since 2015.

He previously was superintendent of the Galion (Ohio) City Schools from 2013-2015 and was with the Wooster City Schools as director of elementary education, director of educational services and interventions and as an elementary principal between 1990 and 2013.

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“I believe I am a good fit for the position, and that my approach to decision-making and problem-solving would serve the district well. I am focused on advancing student achievement and committed to continuous improvement within the school district that I serve,” Stefanik wrote in his application for the position.

He and Aaron Moran of the Versailles Exempted Village Schools were the finalists for the job.

Current Superintendent Gretta Kumpf is retiring at the end of July.

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