The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District has begun its search for a new superintendent. The current superintendent, Sean Dusek, tendered his resignation last month after serving as the district’s leader for nearly five years.
Dusek will leave the district June 30.
According to a press release from the district, a successful candidate for the position will have outstanding educational leadership and advocacy skills.
“The board is especially interested in a leader with high integrity who has proven experience as an effective educational administrator and school system leader,” the release said. “The preferred candidate should have demonstrated expertise in school district finance and budget management, human resources and effective curriculum and instruction implementation.”
The Association of Alaska School Boards is facilitating the search for a new superintendent, with applications due March 15, and a potential start date of July 1.