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Applications have started to come in for the position of superintendent of the Shelby County school system.
The Kentucky School Board Association, which is helping the district process the applications, has received five applications since the position was publicly advertised at the beginning of the month. KSBA expects to receive 15 to 20 total applications before the cutoff date on Feb. 25.
Mike Oder, KSBA superintendent search consultant, said that he is pleased with the initial response to the position.
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