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  • Your Input Needed For New 6-12 Principal Selection

    Posted by Dr. Tim Bruce at 1/30/2015

    Marsha Hanson has decided to retire at the end of this school year. With this announcement, we will begin the process of advertising for a new 6-12 principal. In order to attract the best candidates to meet our needs, we want to create a job posting that best reflects our current and future needs. Community, parent, student and staff input is essential to this process. Please complete the survey found here: http://goo.gl/forms/0lLgEGvPAJ to share your thoughts on the desired qualifications, experiences, and personal qualities of our next 6-12 principal.

    The timeline below details the anticipated hiring process:

    Step 1: Input from Community (Please complete by Feb 8)

    With community input, we will determine the professional qualifications, identified challenges and desired personal qualities for the new principal. Input to identify these traits will be gathered using this survey: http://goo.gl/forms/0lLgEGvPAJ, and the information gained will help us craft the job posting.

    Step 2: Posting of Position (By Feb 12)

    Step 3: Screening of Applicants (March 11-13)

    Faculty, staff and community members are encouraged to screen applicants using a form that reflects the qualities we are seeking. Please come to the district office during the hours of 8-4 on any of these dates to participate in the screening process. Please call the district office if you have questions at : 360-466-3171

    Step 4: Interviews (Week of March 23)

    Community, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate.  Please watch for updates on this site for specific dates, times and location or call 360-466-3171.

    Step 5: Recommendation of Candidate to School Board

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