PORTLAND — Superintendent of Schools Emmanuel Caulk is a finalist for a school chief job in another state, the School Department announced Friday.
If confirmed, Caulk would be leaving Portland to become superintendent of the 40,000-student Lexington, Kentucky, public school system, according to a press release.
If he accepts the job, his departure date from Portland will be determined by Caulk and the School Board.
Caulk was hired in 2012. His contract was unanimously extended through 2019 last November by the School Board.
Portland Public Schools Superintendent Emmanuel Caulk.