First there were nine, and now there are three. According to Assistant Superintendent Gerry Washburn, the parent-teacher committee as well as the student committee have picked their top three candidates for high school principal. They are: Deborah Belew-Nyquist, Silverdale, Wash.; Callie Jacobs, Woodbury, Minn., and Michael Johnson, currently an assistant principal at Los Alamos High School.
The candidates will be interviewed for the job again March 24. They will then be interviewed by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gene Schmidt. That evening, in the high school’s Speech Theater at 6 p.m., each candidate will make a presentation to the public, where they will explain their educational vision and philosophy.
Residents who are who are still interested in serving on the final parent-teacher selection committee can contact Washburn at firstname.lastname@example.org. If residents would like to submit questions to the panel, you can also submit questions for the panel to ask.
“The school district encourages everyone to be involved in this process as we select our next high school principal,” Washburn said through a press release.
In the release, Washburn also included a brief biography of the candidates: