Kurt Steinhaus, is wasting no time in getting acclimated to his new job.
According his 90-Day Transition Plan he released earlier this week, it’s full steam ahead, with an emphasis on helping students achieve their best and building community relationships.
Steinhaus is the new superintendent of Los Alamos Public Schools, taking over the job earlier this month for Gene Schmidt, who left after six years at the helm of the school district.
By the time the next school year comes around, Steinhaus hopes to check off most, if not all the major goals of his plan, which include:
• Creating a multimedia communication plan for better interaction with the community
• Collaboration with Los Alamos County on its new “Los Alamos is a great place to work and raise a family” campaign
• Alumni engagement
• Successfully gaining approval from the New Mexico Public Education Department on the district’s customized version of the teacher evaluation process and testing