Seattle search firm sought superintendent, convinced Enoch to apply Schools & Kids, posted by , a resident of , on Apr 25, 2012 at 4:18 am
Superintendent Steve Enoch didn't go looking for a new job after announcing his retirement from the San Ramon Valley Unified School district; the job went looking for him. That's according to Terry Koehne, the district's community relations director. "He announced his retirement here with the full intention of retiring come June 30," Koehne said.
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Posted by Sam, a resident of Alamo, on Apr 25, 2012 at 4:18 am
The board is looking for a new superintendent. The old one will be drawing a pension the bankrupt state of CA, and taking a (most likely) bigger salary from another school district out of state. Double income for him...nice. He says he's looking for "new challenges"...such bull mularchy...he's just milking the CA public schools (as the rest of the union entitled do)
Posted by Sam, a resident of Alamo, on Apr 25, 2012 at 4:27 am
I hope we hire a superintendent with experienced with restructuring union dominated public schools. We need SRVSD to spin off facilities as a separate public charter district. This competition will force the restructuring required.
As Charter district fills up, more facilities are handed over to the charter.
We need the courage to give our children world class K 12 education (eg vs Shanghai). It's no