The candidates also talked about the possibility of sharing a superintendent with another district.
Brockway will serve on BCSD’s superintendent search committee and imagines the idea of a shared leader will be discussed.
“I think it’s a good idea,” he said. “You have to look at the logistics of it and see if it would be productive or not.”
The topic, Maurer noted, has been discussed at recent School Board meetings.
“One of the obstacles, I believe, that was brought up was the size of the school, the number of students, compared to the school that we might integrate into, (and) whether or not a superintendent could handle the load of both schools, or would we have to make an assistant superintendent,” he said.
Marin noted that the board has talked extensively about sharing a superintendent.
“We have to look at the possibility of what other schools we would want to share that shared service with because we are looking at shared services as a whole, not just a superintendent,” he said.
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