Bemidji Schools seeking community input on superintendent search

The Bemidji School District is seeking community input as they prepare to hire a new superintendent.

The district met last week with representatives from the Minnesota School Boards Association.

Superintendent Tim Lutz announced earlier this year that he plans to retire at the end of June.

A survey is available through March 7 online with paper copies available at the district’s main office downtown.

All responses will be anonymous.

The MSBA will summarize responses and provide an overview to the school board.

The MSBA will also hold a Q&A session on Wednesday, March 2, on Zoom.

Questions on the search process can be anonymously submitted online via this form.

More information on how to participate is available on the district’s website.


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