The Rancho Santa Fe Post

RSF School District's Superintendent Search Goes Nationwide

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The Rancho Santa Fe School District has widened its search for the next superintendent to replace current Superintendent Lindy Delaney who is retiring in July. The District is reviewing resumes nationwide and will hopefully choose a candidate to fill the office by June.

The Rancho Santa Fe Review reports:

"The Rancho Santa Fe School District superintendent position will be posted from April 1 through April 29 with the American Association of School Administrators, the Association of California School Administrators and EdJoin, a nationwide education job board.

On May 12, recommended candidates will be presented to the board in closed session for discussion. Candidate interviews will be scheduled on May 21 and the hope is that the board offers the selected superintendent a contract for the position around June 3...

At the board’s April 14 and May 12 meetings, parents will have an opportunity to provide input on the search during public comment. Community members also had a chance to offer their opinions at a March 21 community meeting and through a school-wide survey...

Input showed people were looking for a superintendent who builds trusting relationships, understands the community, listens to and involves people in decision-making, seeks staff input, delegates to principals and is open in communicating."

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