The Adams Cheshire Regional School Committee plans to vote on a new superintendent at Monday's meeting.
The Berkshire Eagle  reports the full committee interviewed superintendent candidates Aaron Dean, principal of Pittsfield's Crosby Elementary School, and Beth Choquette, principal of Northampton's Bridge Street School Thursday. Both have previously worked for Adams-Cheshire. A third candidate withdrew his name.
After the sudden departure of former Superintendent John Vosburgh at the end of July after a year on the job, the committee decided to plunge right into another superintendent search.
Dean was first to be interviewed and cited his experience in the district as a teacher and union president and in Pittsfield as an administrator. He also said his time on the McCann School Committee has left him with a wealth of information.
Beth Choquette cites her success in turning around a Northampton school as something that would benefit Adams-Cheshire.
Choquette said she thought one of her strengths as an administrator was her passion for her students.

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