Kalamazoo School Board

John McNeill / WMUK

Kalamazoo School trustees say they hope for another packed house when they interview the finalists for the job of superintendent next week. About 60 people appeared on Tuesday, January 28, when trustees cut the list of candidates to four.


The race for some seats on the Kalamazoo School Board is competitive this year. Five candidates are on the November fourth ballot.

The board is looking for someone to replace former trustee Mark Totten who resigned as he seeks the Democratic nomination for Michigan attorney general.

Mollie Peterson was picked by School Board to fill vacancy created by the death of trustee Lonnie Duncan in December

Interviews to be held at special meeting on January 27th