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Community can help with superintendent seach

The Lake Tahoe Unified School Board is looking for community input on the selection of a new superintendent.

Keith H. Daniel, Ed.D., of the California School Boards Association Executive Search Services, has been selected as the adviser to assist the recruitment and selection process.

One of the first tasks is to determine the specific traits, skills, abilities and experience desired in the new superintendent.



The Board would like to receive recommendations from the community for the criteria to be used in the selection process.

This invitation is extended to community members, parents and district staff. Dr. Daniel will be in the district to meet with individuals or groups. These meetings will he held on April 17 through 19 at school sites and the district office.



Call Angie Freeman at (530) 541-2850, ext. 225 for an appointment.

If you cannot meet with the adviser and are interested in submitting criteria, please send your recommendations to: California School Boards Association, CSBA Executive Search Services , PO Box 1660, West Sacramento, Calif. 95691.


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