Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The final three candidates will be invited back to Greendale Schools to tour and do a meet and greet with the community in late July.
The Greendale School District is getting closer to choosing the new superintendent and will seek out community involvement in making the final selection. Superindent William Hughes resigned on July 1. Hughes served the district as superintendent since 1996 and left the district to work as director of leadership development with Schools That Can Milwaukee. Bussiness Manager Erin Green has been serving as the Interim Superintendent since Hughes' depature. Ted Blaesing of Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, a firm hired to recruit the new superintendent, has been using a leadership profile report to recruit and screen candidates. Blaesing is bringing forth a list of six candidates to the Greendale School Board next week. The profile was …
Friday, June 15, 2012
Greendale residents can now view compiled report that will assist in the search for the new Greendale School District superintendent.
A leadership profile report and desired attributes for the next superintendent of the Greendale Schools have been released and are available for viewing. Current Superintendent Dr. William Hughes will leave the District on July 1 and the search for a new Superintendent is underway. The report includes the findings of a leadership profile assessment conducted by Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates (HYA). It will be used by the Board of Education to assist in identifying the next superintendent. HYA met with 118 community members, parents, faculty, staff and students in either individual interviews or focus group settings. HYA also compiled results of the online survey. The online survey was completed by 167 individuals. Over half of …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
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…
Thursday, May 31, 2012
The district has its work cut out for it in finding a replacement for Superintendent William Hughes: A number of parents said they would like someone who is as visible and approachable as Hughes.
One parent said she wished the new Greendale superintendent could be a clone of outgoing Superintendent William Hughes. Ted Blaesing of Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, a firm hired to recruit the new superintendent, led the Thursday night forum. About 20 people came to give input on what they want to see in a superintendent. All attendees either have or have had children in the Greendale School District or have attended themselves as well. Dr. William Hughes announced his resignation effective July 1, 2012. Hughes has served the district as superintendent since 1996 and is leaving to work as director of leadership development with Schools That Can Milwaukee. Many residents said Hughes will be a hard act to follow and the new …
Monday, May 21, 2012
An open forum on May 31 and an online survey will help a contracted firm develop a leadership profile to assist in the search for Greendale's next superintendent
A contracted firm will seek community input through an open forum and online survey to help develop a leadership profile that will assist in the recruitment of Greendale’s next superintendent. The Greendale School Board selected the firm Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA) to assist with the district's search for the next Superintendent after Dr. William Hughes announced his resignation effective July 1, 2012. The forum, moderated by the firm, will take place on May 31 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Greendale High School Library to obtain input and feedback from the community, staff and families. It will be open to all members of the community. At Monday's meeting School Board President Joe Crapitto said consultants will ask attendees three…
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA) will assist with the District's search for the next Superintendent after Dr. William Hughes announced his resignation.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The Greendale School Board has selected the firm Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA) to assist with the District's search for the next Superintendent. After 16 years as superintendent of the Greendale School District, Dr. William Hughes announced his resignation effective July 1, 2012. “Selecting our next superintendent is the most important decision this Board will make,” said School Board President Joe Crapitto in a press release. “This firm is highly regarded and this selection is the first step in the process of finding Greendale’s next superintendent.” The search will include an assessment of the district's needs and collection of input from stakeholders regarding the desired characteristics of the next superintendent. This …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The Greendale School District will soon hire a recruiting consulting firm to help in the search for a new superintendent who will replace William Hughes.
The Greendale School District is mapping out the plan to replace Superintendent William Hughes, who announced his resignation effective July 1. The board will be interviewing recruiting consulting firms on May 12. One firm will be hired to scout the new Greendale superintendent. The search process will commence immediately after a firm is chosen. The following search firms will be interviewed by the Board of Education: School Exec Connect BWP & Associates, LTD Ray and Associates, Inc. Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates Superintendent interviews will take place mid-June and the final selection will be made at the end of June.
Monday, April 30, 2012
Dr. William Hughes' resignation will go in effect July 1. He's leaving the district to work with a national non-profit organization.
After 16 years as superintendent of the Greendale School District, William Hughes has announced his resignation effective July 1, 2012. “Serving as Superintendent of the Greendale Schools has been a great honor and a defining part of my life,” Hughes said in a release. “I have been proud of my contributions to the long tradition of success in the Greendale Schools.” Hughes served the district as superintendent since 1996 and is leaving the district to work as director of leadership development with Schools That Can Milwaukee. “This is an ordered and well-considered departure and a friendly parting of the ways,” said School Board President Joe Crapitto. “Choosing Dr. Hughes' successor will be the most important decision this Board will make…
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
William Hughes will be part of a group that provides counsel, support and helps foster the achievement of equity, diversity and excellence in all aspects to the School of Education.
The Greendale School District Superintendent of Schools William Hughes will serve on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Education’s Board of Visitors in recognition of his hard work and dedication to the youth in the greater Milwaukee community. “I met with the Board for the first time last week,” said Hughes. “We discussed the current economic health in the community and what teacher and school district administration preparation is going to look like in the future and under the new Dean, Carol Colbeck.” The UWM School of Education’s Board of Visitors is an external advisory body to the Dean of the School. The group’s purpose is to provide counsel, support and to foster the achievement of equity, diversity and excellence …