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Camas School Board, Stakeholders Interview Four Superintendent Candidates


Camas, WA — The Camas Schools Superintendent search progressed over the past two days as the school board, teachers, stakeholders, and community members interviewed the four finalists for Camas School District’s top job.

John Anzalone, Heidi Harris, Michelle Kuss-Cybula, and Charlene Williams made their cases regarding why they want to lead Camas schools. Each interview was recorded and posted on the Camas School District website and on their YouTube Channel. Each candidate was interviewed by Woodburn Elementary principal Brian Graham, who asked four questions provided by the Camas School Board.

The questions:

  1. Please tell us about yourself and why you want to be the Superintendent in the Camas School District.
  2. As a leader in our district how will you work to effect change and work to get others behind this change?
  3. Our district has developed a culturally competent environment over the past several years. Describe your experience in leading equity work and please provide any examples of your work surrounding educational equity that has led to improve student outcome.
  4. What do you anticipate are the two greatest challenges you will be facing as the next Superintendent of the Camas School District?

John Anazlone’s Recorded Interview:

Heidi Harris Recorded Interview:

Michelle Kuss-Cybula Recorded Interview:

Charlene Williams Recorded Interview:

The public has the opportunity to provide feedback after watching the interviews here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cbhseKH3EKv-f4ir4z4RdYx5AyD1KO-CPPbXVohl8HQ/viewform?edit_requested=true

The search for a permanent placement to succeed Jeff Snell, who resigned at CSD Superintendent in July to lead Vancouver Schools is being conducted by the education executive search firm, McPherson & Jacobson, LLC.

The School Board hopes to make a final decision by December 13, but acknowledged it may take longer.

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