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    BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN

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    The Hamilton School Boardapproved a contract Jan. 5with an adviser to serve as a"coach" to assist in the searchfor a new superintendent.

    The board approved anagreement with JamesRickabaugh Clarity Consultingfor $9,000. According to infor-mation from the district,Rickabaugh will serve as a

    "coach for the board of educa-tion during each phase of thesuperintendent search processincluding planning the search,developing candidate profile,posting the position, establish-ing the process for acceptingand reviewing applications,planning interviews, conduct-ing interviews, analyzing candi-dates, identifying finalists andfinal search activities."

    Current SuperintendentKathleen Cooke announced inthe fall that she will be retiringat the end of the school year.

    During board discussion,Cooke said Rickabaugh was rec-ommended by the administra-tive team because he has expe-rience as a superintendentsearch consultant and knowsthe district well, since he hasbeen involved with the districtstrategic planning activities.

    "The hope was it would bemore personal than havingsomeone come in who doesn'tknow us and doesn't know the

    district as well," Cooke said.Cooke said the district will

    work with Rickabaugh on thedraft search calendar to moveforward. She noted the positionhas already been posted.

    Board member BrianSchneider asked what the boardwill be doing and what will bedone independent of the boardby Rickabaugh.

    Board member GeraldSchmitz said Rickabaugh "willhelp us walk through theprocess gradually, make sure wedon't miss anything. He is very

    knowledgeable of a lot of peo-ple in the greater midwest areathat can also bring in more peo-ple in that might be interestedin the position."

    Schmitz said "there will be alot of paperwork" involved andRickabaugh will help the boardcut through it while keepingthe board on task.

    Cooke added that the boardwill identify characteristicsdesired for a new superintend-

    ent, will create the profile andquestions, conduct the inter-views, evaluate the candidatesand make the decisions. It willbe Rickabaugh's role "to helpfacilitate those things, but youare (making) the decision."

    After the contract wasapproved, the board andRickabaugh discussed thesupertintendent search logis-tics.

    "Thank you for allowing meto part of what's really animportant task, maybe themost important task you as a

    board end up doing as a singletask," Rickabaugh said.

    He said his role is to coachand support the board inprocess so it can proceed assmoothly as possible, so thatthe board is in a position toselect the best candidates andmake the best decision. He said

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    Hamilton approves 'coach' contractfor superintendent search process

    PHOTO BY THOMAS J. MCKILLEN

    James Rickabaugh speaks to theHamilton School Board Jan. 5.

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