Farmington Public Schools trustees will learn on Tuesday what district residents want to see in a new superintendent.
Earlier this month, School Exec Connect met with the board and community groups, and collected responses to an online survey. Trustees hired the firm in February to find a replacement for Dr. Bob Herrera, who resigned in November.
The position has been advertised; trustees expect to interview candidates and hire in May.
Along with the new superintendent profile, the 6 p.m. Board of Education meeting agenda includes:
- Recommendation to appoint Plante Moran to conduct the district’s annual audit
- Purchase of 10 new school buses
- Hiring John Barth as Director of Facilities Management
- Approval of budget parameters and assumptions
- Reconfirmation of the COVID-19 learning plan, with 20 hours of in-person instruction offered at the elementary (five days, four hours per day) and secondary levels (four full days), and a full remote option.
Following a 4 p.m. closed session to talk about collective bargaining, the 6 p.m. meeting will be cablecast on TV-10 (Spectrum cable channel 210) and live-streamed on the district’s website and youtube.com.
Trustees and support staff will meet in person at North Farmington High’s auditorium. The public can participate via WebEx, due to state-imposed restrictions on indoor gatherings. Learn how here: farmington.k12.mi.us/Page/2080.
View meeting agendas and supporting materials at meetings.boardbook.org/Public/Organization/1087