The Cuyahoga Falls school board will vote Monday at 6:30 p.m. on a tentative three-year contract to hire Todd Nichols, the superintendent of Bucyrus City School District in Crawford County.
Nichols was one of two finalists for the Falls job. He'll be moving from a district of about 1,700 students to one of about 5,000. He's been at Bucyrus since December of 2007 and also has experience as a principal and a math teacher.
"He brings a very good mix of business and academic strengths to the district," said Falls board president Therese Dunphy.
A reception will follow the meeting, which will held in the High School library.
Falls superintendent Edwin Holland is taking over the Cuyahoga Heights school district.