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Provide online community feedback during superintendent finalist interviews on Wed., March 13

The St. Louis Park School Board will interview superintendent finalists Dr. Teri Staloch (interview time 3:30-4:40pm) and Dr. Carlondrea Hines (interview time 4:55-6:05pm). Finalist interviews will take place on March 13 beginning at 3:30pm at Central Community Center (6300 Walker Street) in Room 21- enter through door 22. Overflow space available on the 2nd floor. Watch the Youtube live stream.

Information for submitting online community feedback during the final interviews
The link to submit feedback will be posted on the SLP website at 3:15pm on Wednesday, March 13. QR codes will be posted in the meeting room. Please bring your own device if you attend in person. The online feedback must be submitted within 15 minutes of the last interview to ensure the school board has time to review it prior to their deliberations that evening. 

The form to submit online feedback asks the community to evaluate candidates’ responses to each question asked during the final interview with the school board. For each question, you will be asked if the candidate’s response:

  • E - Exceeds your expectations
  • M - Meets your expectations
  • D - Disappointed with the response/ Did not meet your expectations
  • T - Timed out - the candidate ran out of time to answer this question

Community members submitting online community feedback will use the same rubric as the school board and key stakeholders when evaluating candidate responses.

The school board is the hiring authority and makes the final decision on the lone finalist the evening of March 13, 2024. School board members will use multiple data points and sources of information, such as application materials, references, initial interviews, community online feedback from Community Q&A sessions and finalist interviews, stakeholder representative input, and recommendations from MSBA, to evaluate candidates. 

After the meeting has concluded, an announcement will be made through district communication channels naming St. Louis Park Public Schools’ next superintendent.