The Wayne Board of Education is looking to use the same search tactics that found Superintendent Ray Gonzalez two years ago to find his replacement.
According to a NorthJersey.com report, the district is once again working with Dr. William Librera, a former Commissioner of Education for the state of New Jersey, to help find a permanent replacement for Gonzalez, who announced his resignation last month.
Librera, who owns consulting firm West Hudson Associates is currently volunteering his time to the district, the report said.
The Board of Ed has met in executive session for the past two Saturdays to start the search process to find a permanent replacement for Gonzalez, who is leaving Aug. 1., the report said.
"We are focusing on finding an educational leader who will assist us with the long-term goals of our school district," Board President Laura Stinziano told NorthJersey.com.