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Tell City-Troy Township School superintendent named

Tell City-Troy Township School superintendent named

TELL CITY, IN (WFIE) -

John Scioldo has been named the new superintendent of Tell City-Troy Township Schools.

Right now, the 37 year old is principal of Van Duyn Elementary School in Clinton, Indiana.

Before that, the Clinton native was principal at Central Elementary School, assistant principal at South Vermillion High School and science teacher/department chair at South Vermillion High School.

Scioldo holds several degrees from Indiana State University.

His wife, Joni (Embry), is a Perry County native.

They have two young sons.

Scioldo starts his new job in July under a three year contract.

Current superintendent Lynn Blinzinger is retiring. 

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