The Fayette County Board of Education gave final approval Monday night of a superintendent screening committee, but the six-member panel won't have any work to do for a while.
Members are Jessica Berry, parent representative; Amy McVey, principal representative; Jessica Hiler, teacher representative; Amanda Hurley, teacher representative; and Kim Webb, classified representative.
They'll be joined by school board chairman John Price, who appointed himself to the committee Monday night. Price is the only board member with previous superintendent search experience.
State law mandates the makeup of the screening committee.
The school board has requested proposals from search firms that might help in recruiting candidates for superintendent. Proposals are expected this month, and it isn't clear when the board will advertise for superintendent candidates.
Once applications are in hand, the screening committee will review them and suggest a list of finalists to the full school board.
The board wants to name a successor for outgoing Superintendent Stu Silberman by July 1.