Board of Education seeks input for superintendent search

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The Granby Board of Education is seeking community input in its search for a new Superintendent of Schools. An online survey will be available from Aug. 22 through Sept. 6 at or on the front page of the district website at 

Participants will be asked about the qualities and characteristics that they think are most important for the superintendent and asked to identify what they see as the greatest challenges for the next school district leader. All comments from the survey are considered anonymous.

Additionally, a focus group (at which similar questions will be asked) will be held for parents and the community on Wednesday, Sept. 4 from 6:30–8 p.m. in the high school media center.

Input from the survey and focus groups will be organized by NESDEC into categories and groups (for example: administrators, staff, parents, community members, students, etc.) and will be used to create a Candidate Profile that will guide the board in its selection of the next superintendent.

The Granby Board of Education appreciates and values the public’s involvement in the Superintendent Search process. The board hopes for wide participation in this outreach effort and looks forward to hearing community members’ views.