A few questions here. Not neccessarily specific to Gross, but his entry brings them up.
- I've noticed most high school principal names are linked to have entries written in the future. Should there be succession boxes at the end of the entry for the previous and next principals? What about assistant principals? Given that some schools now have multiple assistant principals, that would probably be going too far.
- Is it worth creating a succession box if you don't know the people who preceded and succeeded someone?
- When someone fills a position as "interim whatever" -- superintendent in this case -- should they be included in the succession boxes for all related entries? If so, should the box give the title and then after the dates for the current entry say "(interim)" to specify they were never expected to be in the position long?
--Lkseitz 21:59, 6 August 2006 (PDT)
- 1. yes for principals, probably not for assistants. 2. yes, I think so. 3. yes, exactly. --Dystopos 06:15, 7 August 2006 (PDT)