The Shoreham-Wading River Board of Education is scheduled to appoint a new school district superintendent at Tuesday’s meeting.
Gerard Poole, who currently works as assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the Freeport School District, will replace interim superintendent Neil Lederer on July 1.
The Riverhead Board of Education is seeking public input into the search for a new superintendent. READ
The Shoreham-Wading River School District’s superintendent search firm, District Wise Search Consultants, is holding a community forum on Monday, Nov. 14 to gather community input and help to create a “profile” for what the next superintendent should be. READ
What qualities would you look for in a school superintendent? Should the candidate be from New York or more specifically Long Island? READ
The Shoreham-Wading River school board has appointed an interim superintendent to replace Steven Cohen, who in February announced plans to retire this summer.
The Shoreham-Wading River school board, which is in the midst of completing a $48.5 million construction project voters approved in January 2015, is searching for a new superintendent.
It seems that Gov. Andrew Cuomo has heard the complaints of many superintendents and principals: Common Core, in its current form, has some problems, and it’s time to make some changes. READ