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PROJECT LEAD is our nation-wide grassroots campaign for meaningful educational reform.  Together educators can restore confidence in our leadership and position ourselves to bring about the organized, rational, well-founded, and sustainable long-range policies our kids, our communities and our country so desperately want and need. 

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Video Introduction to PROJECT LEAD

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Summary of PROJECT LEAD

WHAT IS PROJECT LEAD?

PROJECT LEAD is a grassroots superintendents' campaign to lead the way to organized, rational, well-founded and effective long-range policy development.

HOW DO SUPERINTENDENTS SUPPORT PROJECT LEAD?

1. Educate the public to restore confidence in our nation’s schools and their leadership.

It's time for superintendents to use their voices. They are high-profile public officials with access to audiences in every community in America.  They must get the facts and make them known.

2. Cultivate key roles for superintendents in state and national policy decisions.

It's also time for superintendents to own their status. They are our country's authentic front-line educational leaders and they must make it clear that legitimate reform requires their input.

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Coos Bay School District, OR

Superintendent

The Coos Bay School District is seeking an educational leader with an outstanding record to serve as Superintendent beginning July 1, 2016. The Board anticipates an annual base salary in the range of $120,000 to $140,000, plus benefits.

Schools:
  •Blossom Gulch Elementary (grades K-3)
  •Madison Elementary (grades K-3)
  •Millicoma Intermediate School (grades 4-7)
  •Sunset School (grades 4-7)
  •Marshfield High School
  •Harding Learning Center (several programs serving grades K-12)

Coos Bay School District is located on the picturesque Oregon coast and serves over 3,100 students. The district has two primary schools for grades K through 3, two intermediate schools for grades 4 through 7, and Marshfield High School for grades 8 through 12. The Harding Learning Center provides several alternative schooling options. The mission of Coos Bay School District is to provide quality education that nurtures curiosity, honors diversity, and empowers all students to succeed in a dynamic, global community. For more information, visit the district’s website: www.cbd9.net.

The spectacular natural beauty and abundant recreational opportunities of the southern Oregon coast region offer a high quality of life for its citizens. Surrounded by emerald forests, the mighty Pacific Ocean, and the Bay (Coos Bay), the City of Coos Bay celebrates a rich history as a ship building and lumber shipping center and a regional hub for Oregon’s south coast. Coos Bay is a proud community with a rich heritage and a “can- do” attitude. For more information, visit www.oregonsbayarea.org.

The Application Requirements are:

Letter of Interest
Completed Application Form Current Resume
Copy of current administrator license Statement of Educational Philosophy (1 page) Completed Mentor Questionnaire
Letters of Recommendation (3-5 preferred)
Other information demonstrating success in education
For additional information or application materials, visit the district’s website or please contact: Greg McKenzie, Search Consultant
Window to Leadership, LLC dba NextUp Leadership 1470 Rosemont Road
West Linn, Oregon 97068 Phone: 503-752-2438
Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date for applications: April 8, 2016 (or open until filled)

Coos Bay School District is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.

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