First Public Meetings Scheduled in Search for New Superintendent
The evening of August 23, the Board of Education announced the next steps in its search for a new superintendent, including the first public meetings to gather input from the community.
“We are committed to finding the best, most qualified candidate to lead the district,” said Board Member Carrie Olson. “We want to meet with as many students and educators, school communities, community organizations, nonprofits and business leaders, registered neighborhood organizations, and faith groups as possible. We want to hear from you and we value your input.”
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