New superintendent chosen for Bonneville schools
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IDAHO FALLS — Bonneville School District 93 has selected its new superintendent.
In a meeting Wednesday, the board unanimously selected Scott Woolstenhulme to fill the role, according to IdahoEdNews.org reporter Devin Bodkin.
.@bjsd93 trustees voted unanimously to promote assistant superintendent Scott Woolstenhulme to superintendent. He'll replace outgoing superintendent Chuck Shackett.
— Devin Bodkin (@dsbodkin) February 14, 2019
Woolstenhulme has been the district’s assistant superintendent and in charge of its human resource office. In the final selection round, he was facing John Abrams, a superintendent in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming.
Woolstenhulme will replace Chuck Shackett, who is retiring at the end of the school year.
We will post a more detailed story on EastIdahoNews.com as more information becomes available.