El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) trustees have scheduled listening sessions throughout the District to give parents and community members the opportunity to voice their opinion on the ongoing search for a new superintendent.
These community meetings are designed to give trustees an insight into the qualifications and characteristics they should look for as they review potential candidates for the position. The
meetings are open to the public and will provide participants an opportunity to speak to board members.
Upcoming listening sessions are:
• Oct. 25
o 5 p.m. at Andress High School library, 5400 Sun Valley Dr.
o 6:30 p.m. at Austin High School cafeteria, 3500 Memphis Ave.
o 7 p.m. at Coronado High School auditorium, 100 Champions Pl.
• Oct. 26
o 5:30 p.m. at Chapin High School auditorium, 7000 Dyer St.
o 6 p.m. at Bowie High School cafeteria, 801 S. San Marcial St.
• Oct. 27
o 6 p.m. at Burges High School black box theater, 7800 Edgemere Blvd.
• Oct. 28
o 6 p.m. at Jefferson/Silva Health Magnet High School Silva auditorium, 121 Val Verde
Sessions at El Paso, Irvin and Franklin high schools were held on Oct. 20. Each meeting will have American Sign Language interpreters.
Traducción simultanea es español estará disponible para cualquier persona que lo requiera.
The Board has published a superintendent search timeline which indicates that applications will be reviewed starting on Nov. 2 with initial interviews conducted the week of Nov. 8. Trustees hope to vote on a finalist for superintendent in early December.