Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks is hosting a public hearing on Monday, May 13th, 2019 to solicit community feedback regarding the search for the permanent Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Prince George’s County Public Schools . The hearing will be held at Charles H. Flowers High School (10001 Ardwick Ardmore Rd, Springdale, MD) from 6:30-8:30 PM.
The PGCABS Steering Committee encourages all community members to take an active role in this search process! Public hearings are opportunities to make our voices heard and work with county leadership to ensure a high-quality education for all children in Prince George’s County. Anyone interested in speaking at the hearing should call 301-952-4547 to register. Written comments may also be submitted via email to email@example.com with the subject line “CEO Search Testimony”. The event is expected to be live-streamed through the County Executive website.
Prior to the June 2018 primary, PGCABS asked the County Executive candidates about the CEO appointment. County Executive Alsobrooks indicated that she would involve members of the community during the search process: “In making the selection, I also feel it is important to include all stakeholders, to include the Board of Education, the County Council and the leadership of our delegation in Annapolis. The CEO needs to understand that they may report to the County Executive, but they are accountable to everyone. This includes administrators, teachers and parents, so I would like to find a way to include them in the process as well, at least to hear exactly what they would like to see in the next CEO.” Click here to read her full remarks.
Dr. Monica Goldson has served as the Interim PGCPS CEO since her July 23, 2018 appointment by the previous Prince George’s County Executive, Rushern Baker III. In accordance with Maryland law, the permanent CEO should be selected by July 1.
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3 thoughts on “Get Involved as Prince George’s County Searches for Permanent Schools CEO”
I have received no communication fro my school nor the county public school office to submit comments on the search process and just happened to stumble across this link. This is unacceptable as as our students, their families and our community deserves better! Please send information on how to submit comments to all schools and stakeholders.
I’m not sure if it was sent out through PGCPS, but I received this update from the County Executive: https://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/MDPGC-2452435?wgt_ref=MDPGC_WIDGET_96
We need new blood for PGCPS. Dr. Goldson has been a part of the problems in PGCPS.