Boards for both the Mid-Prairie Community School District and the Keota Community School District voted unanimously Monday, March 30, to approve sharing a superintendent. Keota board president Jared Lyle says they first approached Mid-Prairie three months ago. He says they wanted someone who they felt would be a good fit with the Keota School District. Lyle says he is looking forward to the new school year and moving forward with Mid Prairie Superintendent Mark Schneider.
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