COLUMBIA — The Columbia Public School Board met Tuesday night to discuss the final candidates for superintendent. But after nearly four hours, no announcement was made.
"We, as a board – as we anticipated – do not have a comment for you," said Board President Michelle Gadbois.
Gadbois said that there were "more processes to go through" before a final decision is made.
When asked what those remaining steps were, Gadbois declined to comment.
"We will be meeting again in the next couple of days," Gadbois said.
All other members of the school board were unavailable for comment after the meeting.
On Monday, Steve Calloway, vice president of the school board, said that the board is in no rush to make the decision and is taking its time.
"We want to come to a unanimous decision," Calloway said. "What will it take us to get there? (It) may require more discussion."