As Aspen School District looks for a new district superintendent, it is encouraging community members to help with the process.
The district is working to create an advisory group made up of students, parents, staff and other valley residents. Board of Education President Susan Marolt says the group will sit in on final-round interviews and give input to help inform the board’s decision.
"We really want to make sure we have involved our community as much as we can in this process," she said.
The final-round interviews are expected to be in early March. Marolt says the board hopes to hire a new superintendent by early April.
A meeting for anyone interested in being on the advisory group is Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 4 p.m. in the district board room.