The Pine-Richland School Board voted unanimously Monday to pay $15,000 to the Pennsylvania School Board Association for consultation services in the search for a new superintendent.
The services include advertising, recruiting, reference checks, as well as selection and screening assistance.
"Administrator/Superintendent Search Services work with (a) school district, from start to finish, in seeking candidates for administrative or superintendent positions," according to the PSBA website.
"However, we are not a head-hunter search firm that 'places' candidates. Our philosophy has been, and always will be, that successful hires are selected locally—not by a consultant."
The PSBA services also include a guarantee that if the appointed superintendent leaves for any reason within one year, the search will be conducted again for a charge of 25 percent of the original fee.
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