The Cedar Hill ISD Board of Trustees is in the process of identifying the next superintendent to lead the district’s nearly 1,000 dedicated staff members and more than 7,800 scholars.
The Board has requested that staff and the public be involved in developing a profile of the leadership qualities desired of the next superintendent.
*UPDATE* - June 18, 2019
After completing two evenings of interviews with applicants, the Board of Trustees voted to invite two candidates to a second round of interviews.
*UPDATE* - June 12, 2019
Today’s called board meeting begins at 4 p.m. at the Hillside Village management office, located at 305 West FM 1382, Ste. 590, second floor, in Cedar Hill. Due to building restrictions, the meeting will reconvene at 4:15 p.m. in conference rooms B and C in the Cedar Hill Government Center, located at 285 Uptown Blvd. in Cedar Hill.
*UPDATE* - June 6, 2019
Community input meetings were held on May 30 and June 3 to allow the public an chance to provide feedback on the district's next leader. Nearly 100 attendees particiated in the meetings and expressed the strengths and weaknesses for the district as well as the opportunities and threats the new leader will encounter. Click here to view the comments from participants.
The Board of Trustees reviewed dozens of superintendent applications and have decided to interview 6 candidates for the position; the interviews will be held during the month of June.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Cedar Hill ISD Superintendent Search
How is this search being conducted?
The CHISD Board of Trustees has employed Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Executive Search Services to assist with the search for a new superintendent. The Board of Trustees will make the ultimate decision.
Who should I contact if I have questions or concerns?
Each trustee can be contacted via email. Meet the Cedar Hill ISD Board of Trustees page lists information about each trustee and their contact information.
How will I be updated throughout the process?
The district communications department will provide information regularly on the main page of the district website and at chisd.net/supersearch and on the district social media pages; make sure you follow @CedarHillISD on Twitter and Facebook.
There will be emails, text messages and phone calls to staff and families as well.