Community provides input on superintendent hiring process

 


A school board member and the elementary school principal hosted a community meeting to learn what local residents want from the incoming superintendent.

The community meeting was part of a comprehensive survey also given to district staff, which aims to assess the most common professional and personal traits desired in a superintendent as well as education issues the district faces.

School board member Cheryl File and principal Erica Kludt-Painter wrote down resident’s ideal qualities on a large poster board and after each category was filled out asked them to place stickers next to the...



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