With the Seaford School District’s business chief set to retire in a few months, plans to fill the position are already underway.
Seaford Assistant Superintendent for Business Ken Aldrich’s retirement takes effect on Nov. 3. The Seaford Board of Education got the ball rolling on how best to replace Aldrich’s position, which is tasked with helping to craft together budget plans, during its July 19 meeting. The school board indicated during the meting held , in the Band Room, that hiring an interim business chief to serve out the remainder of the 2012/13 school year while continuing to search for a permanent replacement was the best route to go.
Seaford Superintendent of Schools Brian Conboy said the district can utilize SCOPE Education Services to determine possible interim candidates. Conboy said he would like somebody for the interim as well as permanent position that is certified as a school business administrator.