Rochester, MN Principal Named Finalist for Winona Superintendent Post
Winona, MN (KROC-AM News)- A Principal in the Rochester Public Schools District has been named a finalist for an open Superintendent post at another southeast Minnesota district.
Last month current Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Superintendent Dr. Annette K. Freiheit announced her intention to retire after the school year. WAPS began its search to replace her with the Minnesota School Boards Association and board members narrowed the field to two finalists earlier this week.
One of the finalists is Kellogg Middle School Principal Angi McAndrews, who’s been an educator at the middle school level for 20 years, according to her biography on the school’s website. The other finalist is St. Charles Principal Brad Berzinski, who graduated from Winona Senior High School and was principal at the Winona Middle School.
The WAPS School Board will publicly interview both candidates on Wednesday, May 31. The board will select its candidate following the interview and the new superintendent will take over on July 1.