Community Input Sought on Loudoun Superintendent Search

The executive search team hired to recruit the next superintendent for Loudoun County Public Schools has launched an online survey for members of the public to provide input. 

The confidential survey opened Tuesday night and will remain open through Sunday, Feb. 12. 

The survey will be used—along the results of focus groups comprised of students, parents, community members, teachers, classified staff and administrators—by representatives of Hazard Young Attea Associates to develop a candidate profile the School Board will use to evaluate applicants. 

The survey questions, available in English and Spanish, seek an assessment of current school operation and suggestions for qualifications of the next division leader.  Take the survey here

The School Board is working to have the replacement for Eric Williams, who resigned in January to take a post leading a Houston, TX-area school division, by July.

2 thoughts on “Community Input Sought on Loudoun Superintendent Search

  • 2021-02-03 at 2:23 pm


    LCPS hasn’t listened to concern parents for the last few years. Why would they start now? Don’t waste your time with the survey. LCPS should listen to the SB meeting public comments and they will have all the info they need.

    Hazard Young Attea Associates was responsible for giving us WIlliams and guess who is in charge of finding his replacement?

    You guest it, same group is in charge again. How much is this contract worth between Loudoun and this terrible search firm? We want to know.

  • 2021-02-04 at 4:31 pm

    School Choice is the real answer. Don’t look to one man for all the answers. Let parents decide – not recommend – who the best administrators and teachers are! We need education vouchers that parent can take to the public, private, or home school of their choice! The current dictatorial system is broken. Monopolies provide poor outcomes. Competition improves schools just like it improves every other aspect of society. LCPS are stuck in the past!

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