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Want to lead Gulf High School? Think fast



The Pasco school district took no time in advertising for a new Gulf High School principal in the wake of Steve Knobl's surprise resignation

Interested candidates have until April 11 to get their application in for the job, which carries a pay range of $75,017 to $114,143. Knobl was making $77,442.

The field might be limited, as the district states it wants applicants to either hold an equivalent administrative position within the county or be in the system's high school principal pool. Outside candidates still can be considered, though. Qualifying for the pool can happen at the same time as someone applies for the job.

[Last modified: Thursday, March 29, 2012 10:19am]


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