Todd County Schools

Applications due: April 2, 2020 at 8 a.m. ET


Todd County Schools: P-12 with a student population of 1,891


Contract to start: July 1, 2020


Todd County School District, located in Todd County, Kentucky, is a blend of professional faculty members, support staff and students who care about student growth and achievement, and who are committed to excellence in education through a partnership of students, staff and the community.

The current enrollment of the Todd County School district is 1891 students in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. Todd County has five schools, comprised of two elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and one Alternative School. The school system’s demographics include: 62.1% Free/Reduced lunch; 13.4% receiving special education services; and 4.1% receiving ELL services. The ethnicity demographics of the Todd County School District population are: 78.2% Caucasian and 21.9% minority students (9.5 % African-American, 8.4% Hispanic, 0.1% Asian, 0.2% American Indian, 0.1% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and 3.6% two or more races).

There are approximately 120 teaching staff in Todd County School District, with an average student to teacher ratio of 15:1 across the district. On a recent Culture/Climate survey, 92.3 % of the staff in the Todd County Schools feel that their school is a good place to work.

 

Vision

Todd County Schools strive to be a district of excellence with our schools, staff and students receiving regional, state and national recognition.

 

Mission

The mission of Todd County Schools is TeachingCaring, and Serving.

Teachingall students from a rigorous and aligned curriculum

Caring by building positive mentoring relationships with all students

Serving by using varied, research-based instructional strategies that make learning relevant to the needs of our students and the community

 

Contract to begin no later than July 1, 2020.

Direct all inquiries to:

Janice Lantz
502-249-2022
jan@kasa.org


The Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) is the consulting firm leading this search. 

 



How to apply:

  1. Fill out the Application
  2. Email the application along with a max of two pages expressing your interest and qualifications to Amy Moore at amy@kasa.org
  3. Send a hard copy of your transcript and certification to:


KASA
Attn: Todd County Supt. Search
Attn: Amy Moore
87 C. Michael Davenport Blvd
Frankfort, KY 40601


Timeline

2/25/20
Organizational Meeting with BOE; Sign contract with KASA (5:30 p.m.)

2/26 - 3/4            
One-Call, email, media, radio etc. requesting screening committee nominations: Classified, Parents, Principals, Teachers       

2/26-3/4 
Accept Nominations for Screening Committee from classified, parents, principals, teachers

2/27
Post position and flier

2/27–3/24
Post Stakeholder survey (employees, parent and community)

3/5 - 3/6
Preparation of ballots (hard copy & electronic); creation of packets for polling places

3/9-3/12
Voting for Screening Committee – certified, classified, principal (if appropriate), parent positions

3/16
Minority Voting (if necessary) – with parents (5:30 p.m.)

3/17
Screening Committee established (letters to members)

3/24
Community Forum (5:30 p.m.)

3/24
1st Board Training – Establish criteria and instructions for Screening; # of applicants (after Forum)

4/2
Application deadline (8 a.m.)

4/2
Screening Committee Training and receive applications (3:30 p.m.)

4/14
Screening Committee Final Consultation; Recommendations due to the Board of Education

4/16
Second Board Training; Determine Finalists (questions, dates, showcase, StrengthsFinder (5:30)

4/20-4/27
Interviews (Showcase by Todd BOE)

        11:30 a.m. – Tours (Amanda?)
          4:00 p.m. -  Meet & Greet public reception
          5:30 p.m. -  Dinner with Board, candidates and spouses
          6:00 p.m. -  Board interviews candidates

4/28 
Board meets to make final determination for Superintendent’s position (5:30 p.m.)

4/28 -4/29
Call made to ascertain interest in acceptance if the Board votes affirmatively

5/1
Special called meeting to make official vote, appoint Superintendent and introduce to public