ORONO - Dozens of parents, staff, and faculty members gathered tonight at Orono High School to share what qualifications they thought should be top priority for the School Board as they hire a new superintendent.
Those in attendance broke into small groups, and they were given a sheet of paper which listed the 13 attributes the School Board considers when hiring a superintendent.
The qualifications range from communication and curriculum to leadership and community involvement and they check off the four that they consider to be of highest priority.
This, coming on the heels of Veazie and Glenburn voting to leave RSU 26.
Doug Smith, the current superintendent will remain with Glenburn when they withdraw from RSU 26 on July 1st.