Superintendent Search

Leadership Profile

At the December 2, 2019, Board of Education meeting, Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates (HYA) presented the Leadership Profile for the new superintendent based on feedback from surveys and focus groups that were conducted during the month of November. 

The top-rated leadership profile characteristics that were identified by stakeholders are:

  • Foster a positive, professional climate of mutual trust and respect among faculty, staff, and administrators
  • Recruit, employ and retain effective personnel throughout the District and its schools
  • Understand and be sensitive to the needs of a diverse student population
  • Establish a culture of high expectations for all students and personnel
  • Provide transparent communication

GBAPS Superintendent Search Survey Report
Leadership Profile Report


Tentative Timeline

October - November - Advertise superintendent position
November 11 - Online survey closes
October - January - Applications and recruiting
November/December - Leadership profile presented to Board
November - January - HYA screening interviews/vetting of candidates
January - Presentation of slate of candidates, interview workshop
January - February - Candidate interviews
February - Final candidate interviews
February - Superintendent hiring approved and announced 
July 1 - New superintendent starts at GBAPS



How to Apply

The Green Bay Area Public School District is accepting applications to lead and serve our richly diverse district. Our 20,700 students are housed in 42 schools and served by more than 3,000 staff members. Several schools have won an array of awards and all are recognized for their nurturing environment that honors all cultural approaches and empowers individuals to achieve their full potential.  

Candidates should embody the District’s core values of excellence, engagement, equity, integrity, and responsibility and be prepared to demonstrate how they will achieve our mission of educating “all students to be college, career, and community ready, inspired to succeed in our diverse world.”

Applicants need to submit a resume with the full name, title, and contact information of three references; a cover letter; and a written narrative describing specifically what they have done in a recent leadership position to successfully address equity issues in a school system. Applications should be sent either via regular mail to Glenn “Max” McGee, President, HYA and Associates, 1474 E. Woodfield Road #1400, Schaumburg IL 60173 or via email to maxmcgee@hyasearch.com with GBAPSD in the subject line. 

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