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Constantine superintendent is offered Bronson position

St. Joseph County’s second-longest-tenured superintendent has been offered the job as chief of Bronson Community Schools.

Steve Wilson, superintendent the past four years at Constantine Public Schools, was offered the position following Bronson’s board of education meeting Tuesday.

The Bronson post, available after Richard Hilderley left to take a position in Tecumseh, drew broad interest and resulted in interviews with six candidates.

In the end, Wilson was selected after three finalists were interviewed Tuesday.

Wilson, 44, is paid an annual salary of $120,000 at Constantine. A site visit and negotiations are expected to take place as soon as possible.

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