Bentonville Board Agrees To Extend Superintendent's Contract

Posted: February 22, 2014 at 5 a.m.

BENTONVILLE -- A School Board that appeared deeply divided this week over the fate of Superintendent Michael Poore voted unanimously late Thursday to create a new three-year contract for him.

At A Glance

Michael Poore

Michael Poore was one of 24 people who applied for the Bentonville School District superintendent’s job in 2010. The School Board chose him and he started in July 2011. Before that he was deputy superintendent of curriculum in Colorado Springs, Colo., for four years. He also had worked as a superintendent, principal, teacher and coach.

Source: Staff Report

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