Kent ISD — The search for the new Kent ISD superintendent is underway with the Kent ISD Board of Education seeking input from the community about what skills and attributes they would like the next superintendent to have.
The Kent ISD Superintendent Search Stakeholder Survey consists of 14 questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete. It asks participants to consider and rate the education level, experience, expertise, skills, and characteristics they feel are important to have in a Kent ISD superintendent. The anonymous survey is open to all community members — residents, business leaders, teachers, and Kent ISD staff.
The data from the survey will be compiled to build a profile that will be used in the superintendent search. The process is being facilitated by the Michigan Association of School Boards.
Applications for the Kent ISD superintendent are being accepted through March 15. The Kent ISD board’s goal is to have a new superintendent in place by July 1.