Interviews with the Carson School Superintendent take place on February 22

The Carson City School District Board will conduct its second round of interviews for superintendent candidates on February 22 after selecting District Tax Services Director Andrew Feuling and Manchester School District John Goldhardt of New Hampshire. .
The board discussed its process and potential scenarios for interviewing its finalists for its vacancy at its regular board meeting on Tuesday, considering opportunities for community meetings, school visits and even a second survey. if necessary for one or both candidates. The Nevada Association of School Boards accommodation company recently completed a community survey gathering feedback from district employees and families during the first round of interviews with six applicants in late January.
But administrators said on Tuesday that a simpler and more efficient process for the final round would be more inclusive for everyone.
The meeting will be at 8:15 a.m. on February 22, with one interview scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and the second from 10:30 a.m. to noon. NASB will ask nominees to make a presentation of up to 30 minutes each after each nominee provides an introduction, and the presentations will be followed by an open discussion and question-and-answer session with the board.
Feuling and Goldhardt will be allowed to request the use of any technology necessary for their presentation, and they will be asked to present the following scenario: “The Carson City School District is currently updating its strategic plan. Please indicate your understanding of the strategic plan and the steps you would take to strengthen it. How would you measure your goals and discuss what the district has learned so far and how they will move forward with your implementation? »
The meeting will resume at the regular board meeting at 7 p.m. that evening with general public comment periods as generally permitted to be scheduled.
Initially, a 15-minute presentation was offered, but administrator Mike Walker said that since the board is hiring a community leader, it was important to give candidates more time to talk about who they are and be open about their view.
“One of the things I didn’t like about First Step was that we didn’t understand who they are or their teaching philosophy,” Walker said. “So that way we get an idea of ​​who people are. They can come in and tell us who they are.
The motion was approved 6-0, with trustee Stacie Wilke-McCulloch abstaining.

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