GPPSS hires Niehaus
While board members at Monday night’s meeting praised both candidates, it was Niehaus’ commitment to students, technology and special education services that tipped the scale for several board members.
“Technology will be the first thing I will discuss with our new superintendent,” said board trustee Lois Valente.
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