Treadwell accepts interim job

By Travis Lisle | Published Saturday, June 13, 2015
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After 24 hours of uncertainty, Lloyd Treadwell officially accepted the interim superintendent job at Alvord ISD.

The school board approved his hire with a 5-0 vote Monday night, but Treadwell’s availability was uncertain due to another job opportunity on the table.

He accepted the Alvord post Wednesday.

Moving forward, Treadwell understands his role as a caretaker until the permanent hire is made, but he is happy to be in Alvord.

“An interim knows he’s only going to be there for a few months so our role is to make sure the district is operating according to the school board and administration,” he said. “I’m very excited about it. It’s a wonderful little district and I’m ready to get started.”

Treadwell has been involved in education for 50 years, and he will serve at Alvord until a permanent replacement is found.

Treadwell is replacing Bill Branum, who announced his retirement May 4. His contract runs through June 30.

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