Duluth assistant superintendent Bonds is candidate for Robbinsdale superintendent role

Anthony Bonds was hired as the Duluth School District assistant superintendent in July 2020.

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The Duluth School District's assistant superintendent Anthony Bonds is in the running to become superintendent for the Robbinsdale Area School District.

Bonds, who was hired by the Duluth School District in July 2020, is one of seven first-round candidates approved Thursday night by the Robbinsdale School Board. Public interviews for each of the candidates will be held April 12-13 over Zoom. The board will narrow its choices throughout next week and announce the finalists during the April 19 board meeting.

Bonds came to Duluth from the Anniston City School District in Alabama, where he served as executive director of curriculum and instruction. He expects to complete a doctorate in K-12 leadership from Edgewood College in Wisconsin in May 2021 and holds a master's degree in administrative leadership from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a bachelor's degree in biology and chemistry from Morris Brown College.

His previous experience also includes assistant superintendent of teaching, learning and innovation for the Beloit, Wisconsin, school district; director of elementary education at Sun Prairie, Wisconsin; principal and assistant principal for the Wauwatosa School District; and a teacher for Milwaukee Public Schools.

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