Search starts for new Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson leader

The Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson school district plans to have a new superintendent by the end of the month.

This week, the school board will start interviewing candidates to find the district’s next full-time leader. Indian Creek has been looking for a new superintendent since last fall when Matt Prusiecki, who was hired in 2011, left to become the head of Decatur Township schools.

This will be Indian Creek’s second superintendent in three years, and the third new superintendent to start at a Johnson County school district in less than a year. Over the summer, Superintendent Patrick Spray was hired to lead Clark-Pleasant schools, while Greenwood schools hired Superintendent Kent DeKoninck.

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