Muscatine school leader interviewing today in Cedar Falls

MUSCATINE, Iowa — Bill Decker, superintendent of the Muscatine Community School District since 2009,  is one of five finalists interviewing for the same job in the Cedar Falls Community School District.

Decker is interviewing today for the job. A community reception will be held from 4:30-5:15 p.m. at the James L. Robinson Administration Center, 1002 W. First St. in Cedar Falls.

Other finalists being interviewed this week include: Andrew Pattee, superintendent, Charles City and Riceville Community School Districts; Lisa Remy, associate superintendent of human resources, West Des Moines Community School District; John Carver, superintendent, Van Meter Community School District; and Mike Wells, superintendent, Winterset Community School District.


5 thoughts on “Muscatine school leader interviewing today in Cedar Falls

  • doesn’t he know that good things are happening HERE? Tough to be a stepping stone opportunity here in muscatine I guess.

  • Don’t think I’d want to go be the leader in Cedar Falls. With the closure of Price Lab, the leadership there is going to have their hands full and their pants to hold up.

  • When I met him I predicted five years or less. Implement major changes for the resume polishing and step to a new position. Some people radiate their intentions subliminally!

  • So let me get this straight: Mr. Decker comes to Muscatine, draws about 1/2 million $ in salary, upends the district, setting teacher against teacher and admin. against teachers, then wants to hightail it for the hills. We deserve better; and I hope the current school board realizes that if they have to hire a new superintendent this summer.

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