Superintendent Profile Voted on Tonight

The Seattle School Board has a work session tonight at the Stanford Center on the superintendent profile, from 5:00-6:30 pm, followed by a special legislative session from 6:30-7:00 pm.

I'm not sure exactly what is going to happen during the work session portion (when the public can listen, but not speak), but for the 30 minute special legislative session (set up, as Mel explained in any earlier post because the Board can't vote at a Work Session) the only action item is:
Superintendent Profile – Approval of this item will adopt a profile developed from community input during the month of January for use by Ray & Associates in recruiting candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools.
Public testimony on the superintendent profile is accepted. Currently, Mel Westbrook is the only person signed up to speak. E-mail schoolboard@seattleschools.org or call (206) 252-0040 if you want to speak also.

Comments

Beth Bakeman said…
See today's PI article, School Board creates 'profile' of the next superintendent for details on the profile that the School Board approved last night.

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