Montgomery Co. School Board member discusses superintendent search

Lisa R. Parker

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) – Montgomery County Community Educational institutions is seeking input on the search for its up coming superintendent.

Through an on the internet survey, you can enable the MCPS Faculty Board know your two cents on who should really guide the college district.

“We want to get as substantially enter as we can from our from our local community just before we make this decision and so this is a possibility for them to be part of the course of action,” MCPS Faculty Board Member Mark Cherbaka stated.

The survey is open to anyone in Montgomery County until finally June 15th.

“That’s the one most significant place in any faculty district, it sets the tone for your district, the superintendent truly is the public’s human being who’s working the district,” Cherbaka stated.

If you skip out on the on the internet survey, or prefer your ideas be listened to in human being. You are going to have that prospect following 7 days. June 13, at 5:30 p.m. at Auburn High College and 7:30 p.m. at Blacksburg Significant Faculty and June 14 at 5:30 p.m. at Eastern Montgomery Higher School and 7:30 at Christiansburg Substantial Faculty.

“It’ll be variety of an open up forum where individuals can communicate to what their concerns are, and enable their voices be read,” Cherbaka said.

As considerably as the lookup, this feed-back will support guideline the boards conclusion.

“I believe that that it’s going to choose any person who can respect and see the variety that exists throughout our county, and be equipped to, you know, react to the unique needs of the of our distinctive communities within the county,” he stated.

Cherbaka suggests the target is to have the new superintendent in area by the beginning of the 2022-2023 school 12 months.

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