It's good to know that the board of the Tidioute Community Charter School is closing in on a new chief education officer, what most people would call a principal.
There were those, when TCCS was established in 2005, who gave it little chance for survival. After all, weren't they re-inventing the wheel down there in Tidioute?
It is now seven years later and it is clear the school is there to stay. And, if one judges its performance by standardized testing, it is doing quite well.
The dust-up over the departure of the school's original CEO seems to have faded and the board shows every sign of being committed to moving forward to maintain the school's educational momentum.
With only a few weeks before the doors open for a new school year, there appears to be a very good chance that a new CEO with significant educational experience will be taking the reins.
On Friday in this space, we hoped that the Warren County School District could put aside the strife that nearly tore it assunder and move instead toward the unified goal of providing the best education possible for all its students given its available resources.
We hope the same for the Tidioute Community Charter School and the 300 students it serves.
It is inevitable that reasonable people will occasionally disagree, but those disagreements should not overshadow the ultimate goal.