What do you want in a new schools superintendent? The Woodbridge Board of Education wants your opinion.
The Board of Ed has put up a three-question survey to get community input into what is most important in a new superintendent. They have been conducting a superintendent search since former Superintendent Jonathan Crowe resigned over the school cheating scandal that rocked the district earlier this year.
Angela Korodan, a retired assistant superintendent, came back to fill in until a permanent replacement for Crowe is selected. His resignation in the district's top spot was effective December 1.
The survey, which consists of three multiple-choice questions, can be filled out and submitted online.
The questions include what kind of background, experience or educational expertise Woodbridge residents want in a new superintendent; what personal qualities or attributes are of importance; and what issues should the new superintenent make a priority.
Survey takers are asked to rank the multiple choices in order of importance.
Filling out the questionaire should take only a few minutes, and that's a good thing: the survey closing date is December 19. The survey can only be filled out once, and it is anonymous.
To tell the Board of Ed what you think they should be looking for in a new superintendent, go to the survey here and submit it online.