High school district superintendent search continues

By Karen Billing

In March, the San Dieguito Union High School District hired Leadership Associates to conduct the search process for the new district superintendent as Ken Noah is retiring in June. The consultant team of Rene Townsend, Mike Caston and Dennis Smith have been meeting with staff and local community members for input on the experience, qualities and skills they would like to see in the new superintendent.

The plan is for the board to interview candidates by early May and make a selection before June 1.

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  2. San Dieguito Union High School District Superintendent Ken Noah to retire in June
  3. High school district superintendent postpones contract renewal
  4. Del Mar school district superintendent announces retirement
  5. Solana Beach School District selects new superintendent

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