School community invited to participate
Media release by Waimea Middle School
WAIMEA, Hawaii: As a follow up to recent meetings with Waimea Middle School’s families and community, the public conversion charter school’s not-for-profit Local School Board Ho`okako`o Corp. is seeking input from families and the community to assist in assessing the competencies and qualifications of candidates for leadership of Waimea Middle School. This input will be a critical component of the search process for the school’s next principal.
“Our commitment is to seek the best balance between work experiences, education and preparation, personal qualities, role expectations of the principal, and the ability to respond to the community’s educational needs and aspirations. We would appreciate your feedback on these attributes as well,” said Ho’okako’o Corp. Executive Director Megan McCorriston.
All input is anonymous and confidential. Please use the following web link to complete the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/principalqualities. The closing date for completed surveys is Tues., March 13, 2012.
For those who do not have internet access and would like to participate in the survey, please contact Patti Cook at 937-2833 or drop by the Waimea Middle School office.
“We value your input as a part of this important search process,” said McCorriston.