The next superintendent of the Howard-Winneshiek School District won’t have to relocate far to take over the position.
The Howard-Winneshiek School Board Monday interviewed three finalists to replace outgoing Superintendent Ted Ihns, who will resign effective June 30th to take over as Superintendent of Indianola Schools. The district has offered a contract for his successor to be Kris Einck, currently the superintendent and high school principal of the South Winneshiek Community School District.
Einck has served as South Winn Superintendent since 2015 and has also served as a principal, athletic director and vocational agriculture teacher. Einck will take over as superintendent beginning July 1st.