School Board Seeks Publics Help in Superintendent Search
Alachua County residents get a chance to help select the qualities they want to see in the next school superintendent.
The school district has put a survey online for citizens to fill out that will help them determine what citizens want to see most.
There are 20 characteristics to choose from and respondents must choose the ten they deem the most important.
The survey will be available now through November 12, 2013.
Three public forums have been scheduled for late October and Early November:
October 29, at 6:30p.m. at Hidden Oak Elementary cafeteria;
November 7, 6:30p.m. at Metcalfe Elementary cafeteria;
November 12, 6:30p.m. at Irby Elementary cafeteria.
The forums will be open to all citizens and hosted by retired Deputy Superintendent Sandy Hollinger.
The school board plans to start advertising for the position in January.
To take the survey go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/corechar
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