The Michigan Association of Schools Boards (MASB), a nonprofit representing school boards across the state, will help Farmington Public Schools trustees choose a new superintendent.
Officials made their choice on February 27 after interviewing three of four finalists selected on February 18. One firm dropped out two days before the meeting.
According to a district press release, “MASB has conducted more than 700 superintendent searches over the past 35 years. They are committed to helping boards find the ‘right’ fit with a focus on longevity.”
MASB consultant Donna Oser met with the board on February 11 to provide information and guidance about hiring a consultant and the search process. Learn more about the nonprofit’s search services at masb.org/executive-search-services.aspx.
Trustees will have their first planning meeting with MASB on Monday, March 11, 5 p.m., in the Board Room at the Lewis Schulman Administration Building, 32500 Shiawassee, Farmington. The meeting will be cablecast on TV-10.