GWINN, Mich. (WZMQ) – Gwinn Area Schools has promoted its interim superintendent to the permanent position.
Dr. Sarah Croney began at the district in August following the resignation of Brandon Bruce in June. Croney has previously served as a superintendent in wisconsin.
She says her top priority as superintendent is to improve the student curriculum. Under Croney’s leadership, the district has already purchased updated education programs for the school year.
“That is where we need to do our best,” remarked Croney. “It will increase our test scores, student achievement is big and we have to stay on top of it.”
Croney has stated she is going to remain as superintendent for at least the next two years. She is open for staying on longer if the school district would like her too.