The Port Huron Board of Education met last night to discuss the preliminary candidate profile, for a new superintendent for the district. Discussion led to some of the qualifications desired by the board which included those based on results of a survey conducted by the Michigan Association of School Boards. Board members say they are seeking a superintendent with at least a master’s degree who previously served as superintendent in another district. Salary range and search time line were also discussed, as current Superintendent H. Ronald Wollen will be retiring at the end of June of this year. Board members say they are looking at paying a salary between $140,000 to $165,000. They are hoping to have the position secured by the June 23 board meeting. Community leaders, bargaining groups, some students and administrators will meet on February 28 during the day and a parent community meeting will be held at 5 p.m. that evening to share ideas. The location has not yet been announced. A survey also will be posted on the district’s website.