Dyar was one of five candidates who interviewed with the board today.
Dyar began his career as an educator in 1990 at Saks Middle School, where he taught science and physical education, and at Saks High School, where he coached basketball and football. He may have started in the classroom and on the sidelines, but Dyar always knew he wanted to work in administration.
“It has been a lifelong goal,” Dyar said in an interview earlier this week. “I take great pride in our schools. This is my school system and I want to make difference.”
If he accepts the job, Dyar would replace Superintendent Judy Stiefel, who has announced she will retire at the end of the year.