The Board of Education has selected a 12-member committee to assist in hiring the next Superintendent of Park City School District.
“We had many qualified candidates and did our best to create a mix of individuals who represent the community and district,” said Board President Andrew Caplan.
The committee consists of six district employees and six community members. Individuals will attend an orientation meeting the evening of Friday, May 4, conducted by HYA consultants who will outline the interview process and coordinate questions as well as the schedule and format of the interviews.
Superintendent candidates will be interviewed on Saturday, May 5.
The committee includes:
–Bob Edmiston: McPolin Elementary Principal
–Shannon Hase: Park City Learning Academy teacher and parent of secondary students
–Abby McNulty: Park City Education Foundation Executive and parent of elementary students
–Mark Parker: Treasure Mountain Junior High English Teacher and parent of elementary students
–Lorie Pearce: Executive Assistant to Superintendent
–Carolyn Synan: Trailside Elementary Principal
–Fritz Edelstein: Grandparent of middle school and elementary school students, background in education policy
–Kevin Efrusy: Parent of secondary students, background in finance
–Christine Grenney: Parent of elementary students, background in real estate
–Meg Leaf: Parent of secondary students, PTO and SCC member
–Brenda Moss: Parent of secondary students, background in human resources
–Pablo Rojas: Parent of elementary student, background in technology