The Los Alamos School Board recently took a huge step in its search for a new superintendent. It published and released a prototype flyer to the public on what it’s looking for in a superintendent, and what candidates for the job can expect from the district.
Some of those requirements include the following:
• “Inspires trust, self-confidence and models high standards of integrity and personal performance with the ability to develop and communicate a vision of quality education for the future to the board, staff and community,” read the first requirement for the job in the pamphlet. The second requirement was about management style and inclusiveness:
• “Has knowledge of and successful experience in sound fiscal practices and management of district resources, including appropriate participation of others in planning and decision-making.”