MADISON (WKOW) — The Madison School Board is seeking community input for its search for the district’s next superintendent. The district will hold community input sessions on Oct. 29 at Memorial High School and Oct. 30 at La Follette High School.
“Selecting a new superintendent is the most important task we have as a board, and we are starting the process by asking our community for input,” Board President Gloria Reyes said in a news release. “Input and ideas from our staff, students, families and community partners will help us shape the profile of what we are looking for in our next superintendent.”
Community input sessions will be held at:
– 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 29 at Memorial High School
– 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 30 at La Follette High School
Input will be used to create a unique leadership profile of what the community is looking for in its next school district leader. That profile will help to guide the board’s search process.
If unable to attend, members of the community are also invited to complete a survey online at www.mmsd.org/superintendentsearch. More details on the search process and timeline are also available online.