Gouverneur school sees rise in COVID cases

Gouverneur Central School. Christopher Lenney/Watertown Daily Times

GOUVERNEUR — The search for a new Gouverneuer Central School District superintendent is continuing with a consultant and St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES.

BOCES Superintendent Thomas R. Burns on Feb. 10, met with the Gouverneur Central Board of Education to review the eight applications that had been received by the set deadline. The board, according to a BOCES news release, “had hoped for both more applications and a more diverse group of applicants.”

Gouverneur Central will be working to recruit additional candidates for interviews. The district is appreciative of continuing patience of staff and the community.

The search process began after Superintendent Lauren F. French’s June 2021 retirement was announced in October.

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