The San Diego County Board of Education seeks a superintendent who will lead the organization to transform public education and guarantee high levels of student achievement through significant engagement of all stakeholders in the county.
The San Diego County Office of Education serves as an exemplary regional resource to students, parents, districts, agencies, and businesses by working with 42 school districts enrolling over 500,000 students, more than 125 charter schools, and five community college districts in the county. SDCOE serves the county’s most vulnerable students and educates nearly 10,000 children through the Momentum Learning portfolio of schools (formerly known as Juvenile Court and Community Schools). The County Office has enjoyed many recent accomplishments in student achievement, and this superintendency represents one of the most extraordinary opportunities for educational leadership in the county and the state.
The public is invited to provide input into what characteristics the board should seek in a San Diego County superintendent of schools.
Opportunities for Involvement
Individual stakeholders and representatives of key groups (school district leadership, SDCOE employee association, community partners, etc.) were invited to participate in one-on-one interviews and small focus groups.
Feb. 1 Open Forum
SDCOE employees, parents of children in SDCOE's Momentum Learning and special education schools, and the general public were invited to an open forum on Feb. 1.
Childcare and Spanish-language interpretation were available. American Sign Language interpretation was also available upon request.
An online survey to gather input was available for a two-week period in February. The survey was available in English, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and Arabic.
The search is being conducted by Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates consultants Darline P. Robles, Maria G. Ott, and Rudy Castruita.
To apply for the superintendency, visit hyasearch.com.