The Keokuk School Board could announce the district’s new superintendent as early as Thursday night during a special board meeting.
The panel met behind closed doors for about one hour Tuesday night.
President Tyler McGhghy says the board used the meeting to talk about the details of a potential contract with the firm helping the district, Cedar Rapids-based Ray & Associates.
He says at this point, the maximum starting salary in a potential deal is $155,000.
McGhghy says the meeting was also used to discuss the six interviews conducted over the weekend.