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About the County School Superintendent:

The County school superintendent has the responsibility to record all official acts and issue reports, laws, circulars, forms, and instructions for school officers. The Superintendent has the authority to appoint board members of school districts to fill vacancies and collaborate with the board of supervisors to administer all school elections. In coordination with the department of education and other state departments, The county superintendent provides assistance to school districts, private and charter schools, county free library districts, city and town libraries, nonprofit and public libraries, tribal libraries, and tribal schools on the use of student data, staff development, curriculum alignment, and technology to improve student achievement and school progress goals.

The superintendent maintains all teacher and administrator records. The county school superintendent is elected to a four year term.

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