Posted On May 24 2011
Dr. Michael Hinojosa, finalist for superintendent of Cobb County Schools, traveled from Texas May 23 to meet the Cobb community for the first time. During his one-day visit, he held an introductory meeting with local school principals and had lunch with District administrators. Board of Education representatives Scott Sweeney and Tim Stultz were on hand to present Dr. Hinojosa to the public during a Meet & Greet session at Campbell High School in the afternoon.
Dr. Hinojosa spent nearly two hours meeting parents and community leaders and providing interviews to local media outlets.
Citizens queued in the Campbell High School media center for the opportunity to speak with the Board’s choice for superintendent.
Demming Bass, Chief Operating Officer for the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, was among the business and community leaders who came to meet Dr. Hinojosa face-to-face.
Veteran teacher and band director Alfred Watkins of Lassiter High School was among the attendees on hand to greet the finalist for superintendent.