Northwood-Kensett superintendent finalist for Fort Dodge job

FORT DODGE — The superintendent of the Northwood-Kensett school district is among the four finalists announced for the Fort Dodge Community School District superintendent’s position.

Mike Crozier has been the superintendent at Northwood-Kensett since the 2013-14 school year. Crozier joins three other finalists for the position: Mike Fisher, the principal at Hoover Middle School in Waterloo; Rob Hughes, Fort Dodge’s assistant superintendent; and Jesse Ulrich, who currently is superintendent of the AHSTW School District in Avoca.

The Fort Dodge school board received 20 applications for the position. They anticipate hiring their next superintendent at their March 26th meeting.

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