A vacancy in the office of county superintendent shall be filled by the county board of education within 90 days after such a vacancy occurs. In the event such vacancy is not filled by the county board of education within 90 days, the state superintendent shall fill such vacancy by appointment. The appointee shall hold office for the unexpired term. "Term," as used in this section, includes, in addition to those terms the beginning and ending of which are fixed definitely by the law, terms fixed by the county board of education, in which latter case the unexpired term shall be the balance of the term fixed for the last person serving as such officer; provided, that when there is such vacancy which the state superintendent is authorized to fill, and no term has been fixed by the county board of education, and no term of definite duration is fixed by law, the appointee of the State Superintendent of Education shall serve two years from the next succeeding first day of July.
Our county superintendent, has been vote out. He wants to take a principle's job before his term is up in Nov. He wants to recommend a certain person that has a job in central office, in our county, who sits on a school board in another county. So, can this person fill in for him until Nov. and still be on the school board of another county, and be the appointee superintendent for our county?