Friday, December 7, 2012
The Huron Valley Schools Board of Education narrowed down the 14 superintendent candidates to the top four. Interviews start Monday.
The Huron Valley Schools Board of Education will interview four candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools. At a special meeting of the board, the four candidates were selected from a pool of 14 applicants. Interviews begin next week and will be approximately 90 minutes in length. They will be conducted over two special board meetings that are open to the community. Monday’s interviews will be held at Milford High School and Tuesday’s interviews will be held at Lakeland High School. Following is a list of candidates who will be interviewed, and the date and time of each interview: (Source: Kim Root, Director of Comminications and Community Relations for Huron Valley Schools.)
Friday, May 11, 2012
Huron Valley Schools has picked a superintendent search firm and will start the search process in the next few weeks.
Thursday night, the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education approved the recommendation from the ad hoc superintendent search committee and selected Michigan Leadership Institute as the firm to head up the search for the new superintendent. Only two bids were received by the district. Those bids were from an Illinois based company called School Exec Connect, and Michigan based company Michigan Leadership Institute, all three committee members agreed that they wanted to stick with the Michigan company. "Michigan is in a totally unique situation as far as economy and schools, I think we need to stick with a company that knows Michigan," board member Bonnie Brown said. Michigan Leadership Institute was the lowest bid, offering to do the job …
Friday, February 17, 2012
A Board of Education meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 21, to discuss the process of replacing outgoing Superintendent Jackie Johnston.
Earlier this week, the Huron Valley School District announced Superintendent Jackie Johnston would be leaving the district. Now, the Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting to discuss the process for replacing Johnston. The meeting, to be held Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. at Lakeland High School, will be an opportunity for the public to hear more about the transition process and hiring process the district plans to put in place. Board President Sean Carlson said Johnston has done a great job at Huron Valley, and helped to build a solid foundation for the next Superintendent. "Much of what we've accomplished the last several years is a tribute to Johnston's leadership and our staff. It will be a big loss, but I am confident we will attract …