Bay Village superintendent search update

The Bay Village Board of Education is in the process of conducting a search for its Superintendent of Schools upcoming vacancy.

Because the board values all stakeholder opinions, it held nine focus group sessions guided by search consultant Finding Leaders this past November. Five staff sessions and four, widely-publicized public sessions gave participants an opportunity to let the board know what qualities and attributes in the next superintendent were important to stakeholders.

The second week in February, the board conducted interviews with select candidates recommended by Finding Leaders.

The third week in February, a representative group of invited staff and community members will participate in an interview of the final two superintendent candidates. That interaction, under the facilitation of Finding Leaders, will be observed by school board members. Board members will then conduct final interviews with the candidates.

The board will take the focus group feedback, the stakeholder interview feedback, and information from its own, multiple interviews with the candidates and come to a hiring decision shortly thereafter.

Karen Derby

Director of Communications for the Bay Village City School District

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Volume 10, Issue 4, Posted 9:36 AM, 02.20.2018