A special committee created by the Los Alamos School Board has proposed a plan to kickstart the search for the next superintendent.
Called the board’s “Timeline Committee,” which is headed up by board vice president Kevin Honnell and board member Jim Hall, outlined a plan that’s been included in the board’s Sept. 9 meeting agenda.
In the plan, Hall and Honnell included specific dates on when things should occur.
If approved by the board, the plan’s timeline and search strategy will be adopted at the Sept. 9 plan. Job qualifications will be adopted at the next meeting, Sept. 16, and a region-wide ad will be posted Sept. 26.