School board's Bounds in running for out-of-state job

March 14, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Howard County school board member Stephen C. Bounds is out of the running for one superintendent job but was in Washington state yesterday to interview for another.

The Woodbine attorney, who is running for re-election to the Howard school board, is one of three finalists for superintendent of the Puyallup School District, a 19,000-student system about 25 miles south of Seattle.

Tony Apostle, the Puyallup district's director of administrative services, said Bounds was scheduled to visit with staff members and citizens yesterday. The job starts July 1.

Bounds was a semifinalist for superintendent of the Lansing, Mich., schools but did not make it to the finalist round, said Jan Middendorf, liaison to the Lansing school board.

Bounds is finishing a six-year term on the Howard school board and is running for a second term. He was one of four candidates to advance past the primary election last week.

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