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The Piper Public Schools have a new superintendent, Tim Conrad.
Conrad, the principal of Piper High School for the past five years, was chosen as the new superintendent at Monday night’s Piper School Board meeting.
The board and Conrad have reached an agreement for a two-year contract, according to district officials. Some of the provisions of the contract are still under negotiations.
Conrad previously served as a superintendent at the Pleasanton and Lebo-Waverly school districts for nine years before coming to Piper High School.
“I am honored to have been selected by the USD 203 Board of Education to lead our outstanding district," Conrad said. "I look forward to working with the Piper community in order to build upon our successful foundation as we work together to address the needs and opportunities of our children and our community."
Conrad is a graduate of Colgan High School in Pittsburg, Kan., and has a bachelor’s degree in history and master’s degree in school administration from Pittsburg State University. He also received his district licensure from Emporia State University. He and his wife, Robin, have four children.
The current Piper superintendent, Steve Adams, will retire on July 1.
- Information from Piper Schools.
- Edited and posted by Mary Rupert.