The CCUSD Board of Education has narrowed the national search for a new superintendent to two finalists and is now seeking the public’s input as it prepares to select a candidate to replace Leslie Lockhart, who announced her retirement from the District earlier this year after 23 years, including four years as superintendent.
CCUSD Stakeholder Interviews with Superintendent Candidates
Video interviews of the two finalists – Quoc Tran, the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services at Franklin-McKinley School District in San Jose; and Alfredo Ortiz, the Local District West Community of Schools Administrator at Los Angeles Unified School District – are currently available here on the page.
Watch the video, and respond to the survey – please use a separate survey for each candidate.
Interested community members are asked to review the videos and provide their impressions by following the links below:
The information provided in the Community Impressions survey will be for internal use by the District’s superintendent search firm, Ray and Associates, only. The survey will close at 8 a.m. on Monday, August 2.