The Norwalk City Schools superintendent came in second for the same position in Claymont City Schools.
Fisk informed the Reflector today.
“After an extremely thorough and in-depth search process, I am no longer a candidate for the position in Claymont City Schools as they have chosen the finalist with established roots in their community. While family remains very important to me, I am excited to remain in (the) NCSD and continue our push to be the district of choice in Huron County,” he said.
The other candidate for the Claymont superintendent’s job was Scott Golec, most recently the assistant principal in the Rolling Hills Local School District in Byesville. Last week, the Claymont school board narrowed the search from eight candidates to two — Golec and Fisk.
Look for the full story in Thursday’s Reflector.