The Clinton Central School District Board of Education announced two finalist candidates for the position of superintendent.
Christopher Clancy and Dr. Raymond Kilmer were named Thursday as the finalists to replace Dr. Stephen Grimm, who retired in July.
District residents were able to view video interviews with each candidate and provide anonymous comments through Monday morning.
Since 2019 Clancy has been Assistant Superintendent in the Canastota Central School District. He previously served as Director of Instructional Technology in the Canastota CSD.
Prior to that, Clancy was Elementary Principal in the Poland Central School District, District Technology Coordinator in the Lake George Central School District; and Educational Technologist, Grade 5 Classroom Teacher and Grade 5 Special Education 15:1 Teacher in the Queensbury Union Free School District.
Kilmer serves as Executive Principal in the Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District, a position he has held since 2016. He previously served as Principal, Assistant Principal and Social Studies Teacher, all in the Fayetteville-Manlius CSD.