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Subject: Final Candidates for Superintendent of Schools Announced - Join Us on February 6th!

Dear Litchfield School District Community,

We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you! After an extensive interview process, we are pleased to announce the final candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools in Litchfield. We believe that either of these candidates would be an excellent fit for our district, and we invite you to join us in getting to know them better.

The candidates who have made it to this final stage are:

  • Christopher Motika, currently serving as the Assistant Superintendent in Milford, NH.

  • Brian O'Connell, the current principal of Bow High School in Bow, NH.

Both candidates possess impressive credentials and have demonstrated a strong commitment to education and student success throughout their careers. We are confident that their experiences and leadership qualities will greatly benefit our district.

To provide an opportunity for our staff, students, and community members to interact with the candidates, we have organized a Superintendent Candidates Special Forum on February 6th. This forum will serve as a platform for you to engage with Christopher Motika and Brian O'Connell, as they spend the day with us, sharing their visions and answering your questions.

We value your input and want to ensure that everyone has a chance to participate in this important decision-making process. Your presence and engagement at the forum will help shape the future of our school district.

Please mark your calendars for February 6th and save the date for this significant event. We encourage all members of our community to attend and make their voices heard.

Thank you for your continued support and involvement in the Litchfield School District. Together, we can make a difference in the education of our students.


Superintendent Search Committee

Litchfield School District

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