Trustees of the Washoe County School District have launched an online survey as they continue to gather input from the community during the search for a new superintendent to lead the District. The survey is part of an intensive effort to solicit information and ideas from parents, staff, and the community during the recruitment and selection process.
Board members gathered input at six townhall meetings, with a seventh scheduled at Incline High School on June 11 at 7pm inside the school's theater (at 499 Village Blvd.)
"We have seen a great response from the community during these townhall meetings," said Ken Grein, president of the Board of Trustees. "It's obvious that our community cares deeply about the education of its children, and we are committed to working with them to find the best person to lead our District into the future."
To take the survey and to learn further information about the search for a new superintendent of schools, log onto http://bit.ly/KTF2LZ
The district's current superintendent, Dr. Heath Morrison, accepted another position in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg district in North Carolina.
Dr. Morrison became Washoe County's superintendent three years ago.
He says his new job will allow his family to be closer to other family members. He starts his new job on July 1st.
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