The Montgomery County Board of Education is pleased to announce the national search for the next superintendent of schools for Montgomery County Public Schools, who will begin serving on July 1, 2022.
Working in partnership with the search firm of Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA), the Board is committed to hiring the best person to lead our school system as we prepare students for success in college and career.
The search will be guided by the Board’s core values, strategic priorities, and desired characteristics gathered this year from input by stakeholders in Montgomery County. The Board will be gathering input from the community on the critical characteristics of the next superintendent in a number of ways. There is a survey, virtual town halls, interviews, and focus groups with a broad spectrum of community leaders. All of the information gathered will inform the selection of the next superintendent.
Review the postion posting here
Survey to gather feedback on desired characteristics for the new superintendent here
Montgomery County citizens are invited to attend a series of virtual public forums designed to gather community comment on the educational priorities and desired leadership qualities of the next superintendent of the Montgomery County Public Schools.
More information about the superintendent search will be posted on superintendent search website as available.
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