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Longtime teacher named new superintendent of Northeastern Local Schools

A longtime teacher has been named the next superintendent of the Northeastern Local School District (NELSD).

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The NELSD Board of Education on Thursday approved the appointment of Jack Fisher as the district’s new superintendent, a NELSD spokesperson said.

He previously worked for the Lynchburg-Clay Local School District.

Fisher replaces Steve Linson, who served as interim president following the resignation of Dr. John Kronour.

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If News Center 7 reported in MarchLinson took over after Kronour left to take a position with the Ohio High School Athletic Association.

Linson served as interim superintendent until the end of the school year.

Fisher will begin his transition this summer, the district said.

“I am honored to have been selected as the superintendent for the Northeastern Local School District,” he said in a statement. “I appreciate the board’s dedication and integrity throughout the search process. I am eager to get started supporting all students and all employees in the district.”

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It officially starts on August 1.

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