The Fort Worth Independent School District will meet Tuesday to consider a sole finalist for the position of superintendent.
The district has been seeking a new superintendent since Walter Dansby stepped down last year. In February, the board seemed set on Santa Fe Public Schools Superintendent Joel D. Boyd but he withdrew as a candidate following lack of support from some school board members.
If the board approves the finalist, the district will be required to wait 21 days to allow for public input before they can officially vote on the candidate.
Pat Linares has been interim superintendent since Dansby stepped down.