The Tomahawk Community will get the chance to meet the first of two superintendent candidates this evening.
On Monday the district announced that Steven Kolden and Cheryl Baker were the two finalists for the position to succeed the departing Roger Rindo.
The district will hold a pair of Meet and Greet sessions with the public starting with Cheryl Baker tonight. Baker is currently the Superintendent in the Turtle Lake district. She comes with 32 years of experience in education, including 24 years in the classroom. She’ll be familiar with the area, as she taught foreign language in Rhinelander through 2005.
Since that time she has been in administrative positions, first in Sheboygan Falls, then Owen-Withee before taking over her current position in Turtle Lake in 2011.
She graduated with bachelors in Spanish and French from UW-Eau Claire, and received her Masters from UW-Superior.
You can meet Baker at that meet and greet scheduled for 5:30 this evening in the High School Library. I’ll have more on the other finalist tomorrow morning, when Kolden will hold his Meet and Greet.