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Superintendent Search

Due to the impending retirement of Superintendent Eve Kaltz (June 30, 2020), the Center Line Public Schools’ Board of Education is beginning the process of hiring a new superintendent.  In these preliminary stages, staff and the community are invited to share input on what they feel are the qualities of an ideal candidate.  In later stages, the Board will review applicants and interview qualified candidates during open Board meetings.  A timeline will be shared as it is developed along with other pertinent information.  The new superintendent is expected to be in place by July 1, 2020.
 

Stakeholder Input Requested

The Board of Education, with the assistance of the Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB), is soliciting community input on the qualities, experiences, and skills needed in the new superintendent. All interested parties are encouraged to participate in the process. Greg Sieszputowski, Director of Leadership Development and Executive Search Services, is facilitating the search on behalf of MASB.

Sieszputowski will be facilitating conversations in the district to give the community opportunity for input. Parents, community members and interested parties are invited to share their perspectives at the following meetings to be held at the administration building's Board Room, 26400 Arsenal St, Center Line, MI 48015 at the following times:

      • Monday, March 9, 2020                   6:00 pm
      • Tuesday, March 10, 2020                  2:00 pm


Input may also be shared via an online survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/centerlinesearch

The survey is being administered by the MASB Executive Search Service and takes about ten minutes to complete.  Anonymous individual responses will be combined with those from the face-to-face meetings with stakeholders to provide important community input to the Center Line Public Schools Board of Education as it develops superintendent selection criteria. 

 

Can't make the stakeholder input meeting?  Share your feedback through the online survey: