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Educational advisory board adds two new members - coshoctontribune.com
COSHOCTON -- Education is changing and evolving, said Dr. Victor Cardenzana, who recently joined the Coshocton Educational Center Advisory Board.
"We need to create as many opportunities as possible for kids," he
said. Cardenzana has been an educator for more than 40 years, spending 26 years in central office administration, nine of those at Ridgewood Local School District as superintendent. He
hopes to offer input about the educational opportunities young people are looking for today. Joining Cardenzana as a new board member is Mindy Fehrman, assistant director at Coshocton County Job and Family Services.
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Dr. Victor Cardenzana, superintendent at Ridgewood for 10 years, will be superintendent at Wellington Exempted Village School District in Lorain County.His resignation to the Ridgewood Local School District Board of Education is effective date July 31.
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Dr. Vic Cardenzana, Ridgewood's superintendent for 10 years, left the school to become superintendent in the Wellington Exempted Village School District in Lorain County.His resignation at Ridgewood was effective date July 31.
The school board hired ...
The school board hired Victor Cardenzana to be interim superintendent Nov. 18 but fired him Nov. 26.
According to the former board president, Amy Ramey, disconcerting information about Cardenzana was uncovered after he was hired, but Ramey said she couldn't reveal details because of laws regarding personnel.
Cardenzana, a retired superintendent with 29 years of experience as an administrator, said it was not his choice to leave the district.
The Johnstown-Monroe Local ...
The Johnstown-Monroe Local Board of Education on Nov. 18 hired Dr. Victor F. Cardenzana as interim superintendent.
will be employed on a per-diem basis, making $330 per day until the position of superintendent is filled, Woods said.
Cardenzana retired in 2008 after three years as superintendent of the Wellington Exempted Village Schools in Lorain County.
He has 29 years of experience as a public school administrator.