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Wineburner closes in on first year as superintendent

 

April 30, 2019

P.J. Glisson/Daily Globe

TAKING A break Friday on the steps of Washington Elementary School is Bessemer area superintendent Dave Wineburner with a small group of his students. From left, in front, are Bryce Martin, Devin Carlson and J.D. Warwas; and, in back, Violet Skenandore and Savannah Ossanna. Savannah is in fifth grade; the rest are in sixth grade.

By P.J. GLISSON

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BESSEMER - For everyone else in the school system, it's nearing the end of another year, but this is not just any year for Dave Wineburner.

He will not finish his first full year as superintendent of the Bessemer area school district until mid-summer, and doesn't expect the year to end for him in the way that it does for teachers and students.

"It never ends for superintendents," said Wineburner, for whom the Bessemer board of education just voted to approve his first evaluation on Wednesday.

In a Friday interview with the Daily Globe, Wineburner sai...



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