725 N Nebraska Ave
The York School Board recently accepted the resignation of Dr. Mike Lucas, Superintendent of Schools, due to professional advancement. We are grateful for his service to York Public Schools and wish him well in his future endeavors. The Board of Education is working diligently to prepare for the critical task of hiring a superintendent. Hiring a superintendent is one of the most important endeavors a board must face; therefore, we will approach this task with attention to each vital detail necessary to ensure a successful search. It is our goal to hire a quality and competent administrator to continue to lead the district forward in the years to come.
As the board plans for the hire, we value and seek the input of patrons, parents, students, staff, and administrators. There will be a community input meeting at 6:30PM on Wednesday February 13, 2019 at the York Area Senior Center.
In the event you are unable to attend the community meeting, please feel free to share your comments to the following questions:
1. What are the strengths and achievements of the York school district and
2. What critical issues will the district face in the next three years?
3. What background/training/experience should the new superintendent possess?
4. What leadership style/personal attributes are important in the new superintendent?
You may submit your personal comments via one of the following methods:
1. Access the online form at www.nasbsuptsearch.org
Instructions for completing the online survey:
Click on Current Positions Available
Click on York Public Schools
Scroll to the bottom of the district web page
Click on Staff and Community District Assessment Survey
Complete the Survey
Click on Submit Assessment
Other methods: a copy of this form is available at the York District Office
2. Email your response to the questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Fax: 402.858.4604
4. US Postal mail:
Nebraska Association of School Boards
Attn: York Supt Search
1311 Stockwell Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
The York Public Schools board would like to thank you in advance for providing input through the Staff and Community District Needs Assessment Survey.