Following the retirement of Superintendent Harry “Doc” Ervin this past summer, the San Bernardino City Unified School District began the search for someone to fill the role. Now, the District is asking for public feedback during the process.
The Board of Education will hold a community forum on Monday, November 14 from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Dr. Margaret Hill Community Room at the Board of Education building, 777 North F in San Bernardino to discuss the search firm hired by the Board to help recruit candidates to lead the District. Online participation is limited to the first 500 people who register. Spanish interpretation will be provided. Interpretation in other languages, including ASL, is available upon request.
A second meeting set for Tuesday, November 15 at 4 p.m., will discuss the search criteria. Input from the public will help the Board refine its search, as well as help trustees craft interview questions for finalists. The executive search firm will accept applications until November 30.
In December, the firm will vet applicants and present the top candidates to the Board, with a contract offered to the finalist in early February 2023.
A public survey was sent out last month and closes on November 18.