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Superintendent, Winchester

Superintendent of Schools Vacancy – The Winchester (CT) Board of Education seeks a dynamic, hands-on, professional and personable educational leader with a commitment to excellence to lead its schools. 

This engaging individual will bring: 

  • ability to articulate a compelling vision and inspire others to work toward it; 
  • advocacy for all students; 
  • commitment to a culture of innovation, 
  • collaboration, and teamwork; capacity to work well with and build leadership in others; 
  • excellent oral and written communication skills; 
  • high level of personal visibility and immersion in community; 
  • fiscal responsibility; 
  • record of excellence in recruitment and retention of staff; 
  • accountability to students, staff, the Board and community; 
  • integrity and honesty; and 
  • 093 certification.

The Winchester Board of Education has engaged the services of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) Search Services to conduct its search for qualified candidates.  Please submit materials by July 19, 2024.

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Superintendent, Newtown

Superintendent of Schools Vacancy – The Newtown (CT) Board of Education seeks an experienced, dynamic, and compassionate educator with a commitment to excellence to lead its schools.

This engaging individual will bring: thoughtful, reflective, rigorous instructional leadership; ability to articulate a compelling vision and inspire others to work toward it; creative thinking with excellent leadership skills and a track record of inspiring and motivating the growth of staff and students; outstanding communication skills with a high level of personal visibility and a record of building trusting, respectful relationships with students, staff, parents, town boards, and community members; compelling presentation skills that command attention; timely follow-through on commitments; masterful and resourceful financial management; drive to innovate; commitment to Newtown and its forward-thinking established initiatives; experience as a successful superintendent and doctorate (preferred); and 093 certification.

The Newtown Board of Education has engaged the services of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) Search Services to conduct its search for qualified candidates.  Please submit materials by May 31, 2024.

  • A CABE Search Services application ( services, search services, application)
  • A cover letter indicating interest in the position.
  • A current resume.
  • A minimum of three recent letters of professional reference.
  • Undergraduate and graduate transcripts.
  • A copy of professional certification. 

To ensure full consideration and confidentiality of your application, all of the above materials should be emailed to Dr. Mary Broderick at


Principal, Cook Hill Elementary School, Wallingford


  1. Connecticut State Department of Education administrative certification (092)
  2. A 6th Year degree with a major in education administration
  3. At least 5 years of relevant experience as a teacher and administrator/supervisor
  4. High personal and professional standards
  5. Demonstrated outstanding instructional leadership
  6. Demonstrated commitment to improved achievement for all students
  7. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  8. Ability to effectively use and analyze data to improve instruction
  9. Strong background in developing a positive school community with students, families and staff
  10. Ability to be flexible and collaborative
  11. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and necessary

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Special Education Middle School Supervisor, Milford

Goal: To provide leadership to the Pupil Personnel Department in the Secondary grades to ensure consistency and alignment of district, department, and state initiatives, practices, and polices.

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Chief Financial Officer, Danbury Public Schools

The Danbury Public Schools serves a diverse community of more than 2,200 employees working in
twenty (20) school and administration buildings located across the City, all in service of a population of
over 12,000 students annually. Bearing both Alliance and Priority School District designations from the
Connecticut State Department of Education, this urban school district leads the State in the number of
high need students, including Multilanguage Learners, identified Special Education students, and those
students eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch.

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is charged with;

  • Oversight of this District's nearly $213 million annual budget, that includes federal, state and local
  • funds.
  • Bringing demonstrated experience in financial management at a senior level, preferably with public
  • finance experience specifically, as well as forecasting experience to our fiscally challenged
  • environment.
  • Demonstrating a drive to work collaboratively and effectively with the Superintendent and the core
  • leadership team to find creative, meaningful and lasting solutions to the current budget challenges
  • faced by the reduction of state, federal and local funding in this current post-pandemic stage.


Principal, Stillmeadow Elementary School

Summary Description
The Elementary School Principal works with the District Administrative Team to prepare each and every student in their school for higher education and success in the 21st century. The principal is the academic and the administrative leader of his/her school, and is responsible for communicating and supporting the vision of:

  • High expectations for the achievement of all students in their building
  • High Quality academic programs within all classrooms in their school, including curriculum, instruction, and assessment
  • School support and accountability systems including supervision and evaluation of employees, planning and implementing school improvement plans, leadership, and professional development for all staff members
  • Shared responsibility by the entire school community(faculty, staff, students and families) for achievement of the School and District Goals
  • The Elementary School principal reports to the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee.

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Coordinator of Family and Community Engagement, Stamford

General Statement:
The Coordinator of Family & Community Engagement is responsible for developing, coordinating, and ensuring the effectiveness of systems to promote student, family, and community engagement across the district. The Coordinator/Director will facilitate and support comprehensive programs to provide parents and those individuals who care for children attending Stamford Public Schools with information about and support to access available resources in the schools and community; promote a respect for the parents and caregivers as partners in education; liaison with all of the agencies providing family and child services and make that information available to families; coordinate and provide support for the school Parent Facilitators; and provide oversight for several additional programs listed below.
The Coordinator of Family & Community Engagement will be required to work evenings and weekends as needed and to do related work as required.
The Coordinator of Family & Community Engagement reports to the Associate Superintendent for Access & Opportunity.

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Superintendent - Irvington UFSD - Irvington, NY

The Irvington Union Free School District is located in the village of Irvington in Westchester County, New York, alongside the Hudson River, 15 miles north of Manhattan. The district values its deep ties to the community; together we celebrate the diverse backgrounds and experiences of all students, and are committed to providing high-quality education and fostering academic achievement in a nurturing, inclusive environment. The District takes pride in this culture and values its deep ties to the community. The District benefits from a dedicated administration, faculty, staff, and robust partnerships with the Irvington Parent Teacher Student Association, the Irvington Booster Club, and the Irvington Education Foundation.

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