Apr 19, 2013 8:49 AM by AP
The St. Landry Parish School Board interviewed and listened to presentations from the remaining two candidates seeking to become superintendent next month.
Interim Superintendent Joseph Cassimere and Edward Brown, the district's supervisor of child welfare and attendance, each faced three rounds of questioning Thursday after giving opening statements.
The board at its regular meeting earlier this month voted to have Cassimere and Brown return for another round of interviews after failing to select either man despite several rounds of voting over several months. To become superintendent, a candidate needs seven of 12 votes.
Board President Harry Fruge tells The Advocate the board will again vote on a superintendent at the next regular meeting in May.