Erin Green to Serve as Interim Superintendent of Greendale Schools
Erin Green will hold the job while the search for new superintendent is conducted. Current Superintendent William Hughes' resignation takes into effect July 1.
Erin Green, director of business services, will serve as interim superintendent on July 1, 2012 for the Greendale School District.
Dr. William Hughes, who announced his resignation, has served the district as superintendent since 1996 and is leaving to work as director of leadership development with Schools That Can Milwaukee.
Green will hold the job while the search for new superintendent is conducted. Green has served as director of business services for the district since 2001.
Green earned a Master of Business Administration degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison and ha an undergraduate degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison in Psychology. She is a past president of Wisconsin School Safety Coordinators and a past president of Association of School Business Officials International. In 2005, Green received the “School Business Manager of the Year” award from Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials and the “School Safety Coordinator of the Year” from the Wisconsin School Safety Coordinators Association.
The search for the new superintendent is underway. A firm hired to recruit the new superintendent has conducted a community forum, online survey and spoken to students. The will present the school board with a profile report developed from the online survey and the community forum on June 11.
About 10 to 15 candidates will receive screening interviews and the firm will bring a number of candidates to the board in late July. The interviews will begin and conclude in the first week of August.