Melba Superintendent Andy Grover announced Tuesday he will run for state superintendent of public instruction. “It’s all happened in the last week and it’s crazy,” said Grover, who was waiting for Gooding School District Superintendent Heather Williams to make her decision. She said on Thursday she will not run. Grover has worked for the Melba School District for seven years, the last four as superintendent. Under his leadership, Melba’s elementary and second schools each received four stars in Idaho’s five-star rating system. “It’s time for a state superintendent to have been a district superintendent,” Gover said/Clark Corbin, IdahoED News. More here.
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