It’s not a big secret that most people who choose to move to Arab, many because of a job in Huntsville, do so because of the school system. That makes selecting a new superintendent all the more important for the Arab City Board of Education.

Wayne Trimble, who serves as president of the board, said last week he felt good about the five choices that were submitted by a search committee of the Alabama Association of School Boards.

“They all have what’s in the kids best interest as their top priority and that’s what we want. We want to continue the progress we’ve made here,” he said.

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