Lincoln County is officially looking for a new superintendent. The school district has a screening committee in place and it held its first meeting this week, albeit closed to the public. That's how a lot of the process to find a replacement for Larry Woods who resigned in June will be. As the search committee takes applications, interviews, narrows down the search and interviews more then makes an offer, the stakeholders in the county's educational system will not be privy to all that. The six members of the screening committee learned this week what would be acceptable and what would not be in the search for a new superintendent. The committee hopes to bring the board of education a new superintendent at the end of March.