Superintendent Search: School Board solicits community input
The Quaker Valley School District’s Board of Directors is seeking community input as it begins its search for the district’s next superintendent.
“We value community and staff involvement as we analyze the district’s long-term needs and the attributes needed to successfully lead our district,” Sarah Heres, school board president, said.
The school board is working in collaboration with the Allegheny Intermediate Unit and the Pennsylvania School Boards Association as it proceeds through the search process.
Community members can provide feedback online at www.aiu3.net/qvsd or by visiting the district’s website www.qvsd.org and selecting Superintendent Search (the first item listed under the News heading). Input will be collected through Sunday, March 23, 2014.
In addition, community members are encouraged to participate in focus group discussions with members of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s Executive Search Committee. Sessions will be held between 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 19, in the Quaker Valley Middle School auditorium, 618 Harbaugh Street in Sewickley. No RSVP is needed – community members may drop in at any time during the evening session.
The focus group discussions provide community members with the opportunity to provide input regarding the qualities, characteristics and skills desired in Quaker Valley’s next superintendent of schools.
For more information, please contact Tina Vojtko, director of communications and development, at 412-749-3623 or firstname.lastname@example.org.