Pedro Martinez named superintendent in Nevada district
by Erika Owens on Jun 29 2012 Posted in Latest news
The Reno Gazette-Journal is reporting that Pedro Martinez, a finalist for the superintendent position in Philadelphia, has been named superintendent in Washoe County School District in Nevada.
UPDATE: The Prince George's County Board of Education has issued a statement announcing that William Hite is departing.
UPDATE: The Reno Gazette-Journal updated its article to say that Martinez has accepted the position with the WCSD. The Clark County School District, where Martinez is now deputy superintendent, issued a press release congratulating him on his new position.
More to come on how this may affect the superintendent search in Philadelphia. District spokesperson Fernando Gallard says that "our process is still ongoing."