Bellefonte Area School District - Superintendent Search Survey
Please complete the following survey.
Your responses will aid the Bellefonte Area Board of School Directors in identifying the next leader of the district.
SURVEY DEADLINE: 3:00 p.m., Friday, February 21, 2020
Please select the qualities you most value in a superintendent.
Able to work with legislators on key topics.
Demonstrates commitment to community visibility with interest in a broad range of community groups and organizations.
Has the ability to develop and maintain a mutually beneficial relationship between the business community and the school district.
Demonstrates ability to integrate instructional and administrative technology.
Has a doctorate degree (Ed.D. or Ph.D.).
Willing to listen to input, but is a decision maker.
Makes data-driven recommendations and decisions.
Proficient in policy development.
Base knowledge of Special Education.
Extensive experience in negotiations.
Is capable of developing both short and long-range district goals.
Inspires trust, has high levels of self-confidence and optimism, and models high standards of integrity and personal performance.
Extensive experience in building projects.
Previous experience with technology.
Possesses the leadership skills required to respond to the challenges presented by an ethnically and culturally diverse community.
Is able to work cooperatively with the Board and keeps members informed.
Has work experience in a similar district.
Is a strong communicator; speaking, listening, and writing.
Has experience in the management of district resources and knowledge of sound fiscal procedures.
Maintains status quo.
Knowledge of law (school/civil as they impact on education).
Previous experience in grant writing.
Has successful experience in sound management practices, including appropriate participation of others in planning and decision-making.
Is able to delegate authority appropriately while maintaining accountability.
Has experience dealing with employee representative groups/unions.
Promotes positive student behavior conducive to a healthy learning environment.
Has knowledge of emerging research and best practice in the area of curriculum/instructional design and practice.
Change agent (innovator).
Has demonstrated strong leadership skills in previous positions.
Provides leadership in the planning, implementation, and assessment of relevant professional development for all staff members.
Is strongly committed to a "student first" philosophy in all decisions.
Is committed to the importance of both the academic and activity programs.
Additional comments (optional).
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