“I think it’s very important to communicate with parents. I use the school website and I’ll meet with parents in person,” he said.
Spangenburg said that he has a “vison to change the communication” at CV-S.
“I’m about the collaborative approach so that people understand the vision and can participate in the vision,” Spangenburg explained.
All three candidates said that they would move into the community if hired as they see being part of the community essential to the job of being superintendent.
There is a Board of Education meeting on October17 at 7 p.m. to discuss the 3 candidates and the potential appointment of the superintendent.