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Community Meetings set to help with CCS Superintendent Search

The Columbus Board of Education is hosting four Community Meetings this month to gather your thoughts and opinions on what characteristics and skills you and your family would most like to see in the District’s next superintendent.

On October 24th and 25th, you are invited to attend the Community Meetings closest to your home, your job, or your child’s school. Translators will be at each meeting so all voices are heard.

October 246:00-7:30 p.m.
Northland High School (1919 Northcliff Drive)

Starling STEM PreK-8 (145 South Central Avenue)

October 256:00-7:30 p.m.
Marion-Franklin High School (1265 Koebel Road)
Walnut Ridge High School (4841 East Livingston Avenue)

If you have questions about the New Superintendent Search Community Meetings, call our Office of Customer Relations at 614.365.8888.

Can’t attend? Complete our New Superintendent Survey online or on the Columbus City Schools Mobile App.

The Board of Education has pledged to have a public-engaged approach that will help board members best identify and measure the essential qualities this community needs in a new superintendent. The community’s involvement in these community meetings will add to the thorough and thoughtful process to find the best candidate to serve the unique needs of this growing District.

Current Superintendent/CEO Dr. Dan Good announced in August that he would be retiring at the end of December.

The Board has hired a national search firm – Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates – to assist in the candidate process. The search is well underway, with the firm posting the job opening on its website and in national publications.

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