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2 finalists interviewed for Riverside USD 114 Supt.

(KNZA)--The Riverside USD 114 Board of Education last week interviewed the two finalists in the running to be the district's next superintendent.

According to the district's website, interviewed for the position were Jennifer Gatz and Travis Githens.

Githens is currently in his fifth year as principal of the Chase County Junior/Senior High School in Cottonwood Falls.

Gates is currently in her fourth year as director of student learning for Prairie Hills USD 113.  She previously served as a principal for one year.

The Board will now determine which candidate is the best fit for the superintendent's position.

The person hired will replace Superintendent Bob Blair, who is resigning at the end of the current school year. He will take over next school year as the new superintendent of North Lyon County USD 251.

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