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Letter from the Superintendent: Principal Search at OE
Letter from the Superintendent: Principal Search at OE
May 3, 2019

Dear Oliver Ellsworth School Community,

As you may know, Virginia Hoerle has resigned effective June 30th. We wish her well in her next endeavor and thank her for her dedicated service to Windsor Public Schools and Oliver Ellsworth School.

This creates our need to find the next Principal for Oliver Ellsworth. Ideally we will identify a new candidate in May/June and have that person available to begin their role on July 1st. As we begin this process, Dr. Terrell Hill, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, will be conducting two focus groups to receive input from families regarding the next Principal. These focus groups, combined with previously received input from the school community and input from staff, will help form our candidate profile for the position. Typically the community focus groups will be planned with one group during the day and one group after school hours. Please watch for an announcement regarding dates for the focus groups in the Friday newsletter update and through School Messenger.

Our process for filling the Principal position will include at least two structured interviews which will include a panel of teachers, staff, district administrators and Principals from other buildings. Several OE parents and family members will be invited to participate in the first round interview. If you are interested, please share that interest with Dr. Terrell Hill through his email, thill@windsorct.org, or at a forum. Following interviews, finalists will meet with the Superintendent and other cabinet members. Eventually, the Board of Education interviews a finalist for the position.

Thank you for your support of Oliver Ellsworth School. I look forward to sharing information on the next Principal with you following his/her appointment by the Board of Education.

Sincerely,
Craig A. Cooke, Ph.D.
Superintendent

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