By Joseph Popiolkowski
The Ken-Ton School Board has selected a successor to outgoing Superintendent Mark P. Mondanaro, board President Bob Dana announced this morning.
The board has scheduled a special meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the district's administration building, 1500 Colvin Boulevard, to reveal the new superintendent's identity. Mondanaro announced in January that he would retire this summer from the district he has led since 2007 to raise his two grandchildren.
Mondanaro, 57, came to Ken-Ton in July 2007 from the much smaller LaFayette School District south of Syracuse where he also served as superintendent.
The new superintendent is expected to attend Monday's meeting, Dana said. The board in February hired the Warner Center at the University of Rochester as consultants for its superintendent search.