Denver Public Schools wants input for its superintendent search

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DENVER — Denver Public Schools is gathering information about what members of the community want to see in the next superintendent.

Tom Boasberg announced this summer he is stepping down.

The school board is asking community members their thoughts on the current state of the district, where they want to see it go in the future and what characteristics they want to see in the next superintendent.

The first of six meetings to hear from the public was held Tuesday night. There is an opportunity for you to offer input by email.

Other meetings will be:

  • Sept. 5 at John F. Kennedy High School
  • Sept. 11 at Denver School of the Arts
  • Sept. 12 at George Washington High School
  • Sept. 13 at Thomas Jefferson High School
  • Sept. 18 at the Evie Dennis Campus
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