Camas School District Announces Candidates for Superintendent Interviews –

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The council hopes to make its selection by December 13

The Camas School District Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it has selected four candidates to interview for their position as Superintendent. The candidates selected for the interviews are:

• Dr John Anzalone; currently serves as Assistant Superintendent – Education Services Division at the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. Staff: 320,000 students.

• Heidi Harris; currently serves as Assistant Superintendent – Student Learning at the Auburn School District in Auburn, Washington. Number of students: 17,065 students.

• Michelle Kuss-Cybula; is currently the superintendent of the Cle Elum-Roslyn School District in Cle Elum, Washington. Number of students: 849 students.

• Dr. Charlene Williams; currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of the Camas School District in Camas, Wash. Number of students: 7,045 students.

Interviews are scheduled for November 30 and December 1. Many stakeholder groups and the public will have the opportunity to get to know the candidates and provide input to the Board on each candidate. On December 1 at 6.30 p.m., the Council will present the candidates via recorded video to the public ( The public will then have the opportunity to provide feedback to the Board of Directors on each candidate by responding to surveys.

The council hopes to make its selection by December 13.

The Camas School District retained the services of McPherson & Jacobson, LLC to assist with their research. The consultant screened, selected and performed extensive background checks on 17 applicants from across the country. In a special meeting on November 16, the consultant introduced the candidates to the Board and provided detailed information on each candidate.

Information provided by the Camas school district.

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