KCPS anuncia la participación de la comunidad en la búsqueda de un nuevo superintendente

Written by Abby Hoover, Managing Editor
Translated by Daisy Garcia Montoya, Education Reporter

Las Escuelas Públicas de Kansas City (KCPS) están llevando a cabo una búsqueda nacional de su próximo superintendente y han contratado a una empresa de búsqueda de ejecutivos para dirigir la búsqueda.

La mesa directiva de KCPS está encargado de contratar al nuevo superintendente, tras la marcha del Dr. Bedell.

El 26 de Octubre, la mesa directiva contrató la empresa de búsqueda JG Consulting para llevar a cabo una búsqueda nacional para el próximo superintendente del distrito.

“KCPS está en marcha, y después de recibir la acreditación total el 11 de Enero de 2022, nuestra mesa directiva está emocionada con la oportunidad de emplear a nuestro próximo superintendente,” Presidente de la mesa directiva de KCPS Nate Hogan dijo. “Estamos buscando a un líder de alta calidad que lleve el distrito hacia adelante, acelerando el rendimiento académico, mejorando la experiencia general de los estudiantes y garantizando que los graduados de KCPS estén preparados para aprovechar las oportunidades profesionales que les esperan y que les cambiarán la vida.”

En diciembre, la mesa directiva contará con la participación de padres, personal, estudiantes y una serie de partes interesadas de la comunidad para garantizar que estén representados todos los puntos de vista de una amplia muestra representativa de la comunidad de Kansas City. Actualizaciones sobre la participación de comunidad y de otros aspectos del proceso de selección, se publicarán en el sitio web de la Búsqueda de Superintendente, www.kcpublicschools.org/suptsearch, durante reuniones periódicas de la mesa directiva y otros canales, según proceda.

“Involucrar de manera efectiva a nuestra comunidad será fundamental para asegurar que identificamos al candidato adecuado para el momento adecuado en la historia de KCPS”, dijo Hogan. “Nuestros estudiantes, maestros, familias, empleados y comunidad no merecen menos”.

La mesa directiva  comenzará por involucrar a pequeños grupos de partes interesadas la próxima semana, seguido de reuniones en persona en el ayuntamiento el 12 y 13 de diciembre. Mattie Rhodes Center, 148 N. Topping Ave., acogerá una sesión en inglés de 5 a 6 p.m. y una sesión en español de 6:30 a 7:30 p.m. el 13 de diciembre. Una lista completa de las fechas y horas se puede encontrar en el sitio web de Búsqueda Superintendente.

For English, visit https://northeastnews.net/pages/kcps-board-announces-community-engagement-in-search-for-new-superintendent/.

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