Human Resources / Superintendent Search
April 16, 2021
Yesterday, Dr. Williams and Dr. Hill of BWP & Associates released its latest report, updating recrutiment efforts for the incoming superintendent of schools.
April 15, 2021
Please click here for the Leadership Profile, which reflects feedback from Nashua School District stakeholders.
April 9, 2021
The Nashua Board of Education approved 8-0 last night to accept the Community Audit and Leaderhip Profile Report, presented by BWP & Associates, which helps frame subsequent recruitment and interview processes in selecting the incoming superintendent of schools for the Nashua School District.
Drs. Hill and Williams of BWP reported the 2,719 responses to the survey was the most from any school district with whom they have worked, and 132 participated in BWP-led focus groups. The Board is proud of the number of responses and is grateful for the rich community feedback. Thank you!
April 3, 2021
Thank you to all who participated in the focus groups and community forum, and responded to the Superintendent Search survey. The survey closed last night at midnight.
On Thursday, April 8, BWP & Associates will present to the Nashua Board of Education a report on the recent community engagement efforts to define a leadership profile for the next Superintendent of Schools for the Nashua School District.
March 30, 2021
BWP & Associates shared a progress report of superintendent search activities at the March 29 Nashua Board of Education meeting. Jessica Brown, Board member and Chair of the Ad Hoc Superintendent Search Committee, presented the report and asked that it be noted in the minutes of the meeting. Click here for the BWP update.
March 25, 2021
The Nashua Board of Education announces BWP & Associates, the consulting firm managing the superintendent search, has published the initial posting of the position on its website. If interested in learning about the position, plesae click here.
March 19, 2021
The Nashua Board of Education is seeking your feedback about the leadership qualities you think are most important for our next superintendent of schools to possess. We encourage you to complete the survey, administered by BWP & Associates, the consulting firm hired to manage the search:
Superintendent Search Survey*
*Note questions 7, 8, 9, and 11: respondents must select three from list of options.
Please feel free to share the survey links with your colleagues and neighbors. Our goal is to be as inclusive as possible, in order for the Board to hire the services of the most qualified candidate who is the best fit for Nashua.
Thank you for your prompt responses. The survey closes at midnight, Friday, April 2.
-The Nashua Board of Education
March 4, 2021
The Nashua Board of Education takes important steps this month in searching for a new superintendent of schools and seeks input to assist in the development of a leadership profile.
School staff, and school and community members are invited to take part in a focus group, virtually through video conferencing software, to help identify the most important attributes the new leader of Nashua’s public schools should possess to be successful.
“Our focus groups will gather information from nearly 150 stakeholders, divided into groups of 6-12, 40 of whom will be selected through random lottery, based on a form,” said Jessica Brown, a member of the Nashua Board of Education and chair of its Ad Hoc Superintendent Search Committee.
Interested participants can find the focus group form here, as soon as it is available.
In addition to participating in a focus group, school staff, and school and community members are invited to provide feedback by participating either in a community forum or an online survey:
· Virtual Focus Groups: Multiple groups, Tuesday, March 30
· Virtual Community Forum, Tuesday, March 30
· Online Survey, Opens Friday, March 19 and Closes Friday, April 2
The Nashua Board of Education recently hired BWP & Associates, a national search firm from Libertyville, Illinois, to assist in conducting the search for a new superintendent. BWP will facilitate the focus groups and open community forum.
On January 25, the Nashua Board of Education approved a separation agreement with Jahmal Mosley, then the superintendent of schools, and announced Garth McKinney as superintendent until the close of the current school year. Dr. McKinney had been serving as assistant superintendent for elementary schools for the school district since 2017.
The Nashua Board of Education plans to conclude the search in late spring, with the new superintendent assuming responsibilities on July 1.