Woodland Hills Board Votes Not to Renew Superintendent's Contract
The board will begin a search to replace Dr. Walter Calinger—and they might look no further than Dept. Supt. Alan Johnson.
Woodland Hills School Board voted Wednesday to notify Superintendent Walter Calinger that his contract will not be renewed and the board intends to find someone else to serve in that position.
The Post-Gazette reports that Alan Johnson, deputy superintendent who has been heading the district while Calinger has been on leave, indicated an interest in the top job.
Calinger has been on medical leave since April. His contract expires July 1, 2013.
Calinger had applied for the Steel Valley superintendent job this year but was not hired.
For details from the Post-Gazette's meeting story, click here.