What a mess. Per the UPoR:

When a winter storm postponed the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board’s superintendent search summit, it emphasized how much time has passed without action.

It’s been 15 months since Heath Morrison resigned. A year ago the board signed Ann Clark to an 18-month contract, planning to launch a search for a successor to step in this summer.

On Saturday, the board convenes for an all-day meeting at the Carolinas Aviation Museum to figure out how to get started.

Board members say 2015 passed with opinions divided in closed-door talks: Once Clark opened the door to staying longer, some wanted to take that path. Others hoped to hire Guilford County Superintendent Maurice “Mo” Green without a search. Some insisted a search with public involvement was essential. No consensus emerged.

One of those options is now gone: Green took another job in December. Guilford, the state’s third-largest district after Wake and CMS, is already ahead of CMS in its superintendent search.