Hinojosa Not Selected for Nevada Job

081002 n1a 2disd02gm emb Hinojosa Not Selected for Nevada Job In a 6 to 1 vote, Dallas ISD superintendent was not selected to become the top administrator in the Clark County, Nevada school district.  Dallas School Superintendent Michael Hinojosa will be staying in Dallas after all. Hinojosa was being considered for the top job in Las Vegas, the center of the Clark County School District. But Wednesday evening, the Clark County trustees voted to offer the job to the other finalist, Colorado Education Commissioner Dwight Jones.  Last week, when it was clear Hinojosa was in the running for the Las Vegas job, the Dallas school board narrowly voted to offern Hinojosa a three-year contract extension. He has not formally accepted that offer but it remains on the table.


One Comment

  1. David says:

    DARN!!! I knew when they started to dig they’d find out he’s a crook! Too bad DISD is still too naive to see this! BTW, it really must be nice applying for a job elsewhere and when rejected STILL KEEP THE OLD ONE!

  2. Tom says:

    Well crap! The lead idiot is not off to find a new village, damn! The DISD board needs to be fired for even thinking of extending this crooks contract. The Clark county fact finding trip did not have dig hard or put forth much effort to discover this inept crooks true colors. Why was this bufoon allowed to keep his job after that budget foul up?

  3. Ashley says:

    How can we get rid of him now?

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