r ■ - y r t Eighr steps have been recommended to the Arm Arbor Board of Education for the process by which a new superintendent for the school district will be selected. Evart W. Ardis, director of Placement I Services with the University, met with board members recently and outlined I the possible steps involved in finding a Iqualified person. I First the job description, which defines Ithe duties and responsibilities and genierat terms of salary and contract, must I be established ; qualif ications must then I be determined; announcement of vaI caney; and narrowing the field of apI plicants. Interviews then should be planned; I a visit to the candidate's community; offer a written contract to successful applicant; and then announce and introduce successful candidate to the staff and the community. Further board discussion on the process of1 selecting a new superintendent will continue at the next executive session. W. Scott Westerman Jr. 45, Ann Arbor's present superintendent of schools, recently announced he intended to resign in June. He has been superintendent since 1967. _____
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