When contacted Friday, Sanders confirmed both sides have reached a tentative agreement.
"The board believes there's a need to conduct some transformational work in the district," he said. "I'm confident I can help lead the board to meet those expectations."
Among those goals:
• Improving technology.
• Enhancing high school test scores and graduation rates.
• Assessing and upgrading district facilities.
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