The Juneau School District’s administration building at the corner of Glacier Avenue and 12th Street. (Juneau Empire File)

The Juneau School District’s administration building at the corner of Glacier Avenue and 12th Street. (Juneau Empire File)

Interviews of elementary school principals to take place in early December

Harborview and Riverbend Elementary Schools are looking for new principles

The Juneau School District will be interviewing candidates for principals of Haborview and Riverbend elementary schools in early December, according to a press release from the district.

Interviews will be open to the public.

Both schools currently have interim principals appointed for the school year, according to the district.

The interview for Haborview Elementary School is scheduled for 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the Harborview Elementary School library.

The interview for Riverbend Elementary School is scheduled for 8 a.m on Thursday, Dec. 5, in the Riverbend Elementary School library.

Interview panels consisting of school staff, district administrators and site councils will conduct the interviews. Written public comment cards will be available during the interview and considered during the panel’s deliberations, according to the district.

Written comments can also be sent to JSD Director of Human Resources Tim Bauer at Timothy.Bauer@juneauschools.org. Emailed comments must be received prior to the interview to be considered by the panel.

Following deliberations, recommendations will be forwarded to Superintendent Bridget Weiss.

For more information contact Tim Bauer at 523-1710.


• Contact reporter Peter Segall at 523-2228 or psegall@juneauempire.com.


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