Beloit School Board narrows superintendent search to three candidates

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The Beloit School District has named their selection of the top three candidates to replace Dr. Thomas Johnson, who resigned last year citing health concerns.

The three candidates are Dr. Kevin Brown, Dr. Daniel Keyser and David Munoz.

“The board is excited to bring forth three highly-qualified candidates to this crucial leadership position,” said Board President Laurie Endres. “We are very grateful to all of the staff, students and community members who have been involved in this process.”

Dr. Brown currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education for Columbia Public Schools in Columbia, Missouri.  “In an effort to be transparent, the board is aware of pending litigation against Dr. Brown. We have been in conversation with his current district who assures us that internal investigations have shown allegations in the pending litigation are unfounded. His current district reports he is a highly valued member of their team. He is a very qualified candidate and we will continue to vet him as we move forward in this process,” said Board President Endres. Dr. Brown received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University.

Dr. Keyser currently serves as Director of Secondary Teaching and Learing for the School District of Waukesha in Wisconsin. Dr. Keyser received his Ed.D in Educational Leadership from Edgewood College.

Mr. Munoz currently serves as the high school principal in the School District of the Menomonie Area in Wisconsin. He received his Master of Science in Administrative Leadership and Supervision from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and his Wisconsin School Superintendent License from Viterbo University in LaCrosse.

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