The West Contra Costa Unified School District launched a community-wide Superintendent survey on Monday, Nov. 30, seeking information and feedback from parents, families, students, staff, and community members to help identify the characteristics and qualifications of the next District leader.
The Superintendent Search survey is available in English and Spanish and is be open until Thursday, Dec. 10.
This survey is essential for collecting the voices in the WCCUSD community, and all families, staff, students, and community stakeholders are strongly encouraged to provide their feedback.
Current Superintendent Matthew Duffy announced on Thursday, Nov. 5, that he would not seek a contract extension in June. The District’s Board of Education hired Superintendent Duffy in 2016 after a search led by Leadership Associates.