Interviews continue for Cape Charter Schools superintendent finalists

CAPE CORAL, Fla. The remaining six candidates vying for the superintendent position of the Cape Coral Charter Schools gave statements via Skype Thursday morning.

The process began at 8 a.m. and despite internet connection issues, five of the six candidates have completed the 30-minute interview segments.

The following candidates interviewed for the position Thursday:

  • Michelle Imbrunone, a former superintendent in Goodrich, Mich.
  • Stephen Stohla, a retired administrator from Brookfield, Ohio.
  • Jacque Collin, the current interim superintendent for charter schools in the cape.
  • Lois Cavucci, a consultant for Catholic schools in Venice
  • Jeffrey McCartney, a superintendent a school district in Beecher, Ill.
  • Monty Aldrich, a previous applicant for Cape Coral charter school superintendent, and current superintendent in Louisville, Ill.

The city’s charter school governing body is looking for its new chief after Superintendent Nelson Stephenson’s resigned on April 4.

“We’ve had some good candidates that have applied, said Jessica Cosden, Cape Coral city council member and chair of the city’s charter school governing board.