So far, two of the three candidates for Huntsville City Schools Superintendent have been interviewed. So far, I am impressed by the candidates: Dr. Daniel Brigman and Brett Springston – I attended a few of the events and will post my write up as soon as Dr. Casey Wardynski finishes interviewing tomorrow. Brigman and Springston each made suggestions that are worthy of further study. The Board of Education deserves commendation for implementing a process that produced these three finalists.
The Board will choose our Superintendent at the June 2 regular meeting next week, then give the successful candidate 30 days to wrap up and move to Huntsville starting in early July. Note that each candidate prepared a “60-day Plan” for the Board that should be available on the Schools’ website in the next day or so. Each candidate was also asked to prepare an analysis of a failing school – I hope that the Board makes each candidate’s assessment and recommendations public.
The Board will also make the demographer’s report public at the June 2 meeting.