A lightly attended town hall meeting Tuesday night at La Cumbre Junior High School called on parents and teachers to spell out what they’d expect from an incoming Santa Barbara Unified School District superintendent as David Cash retires this June. Among other attributes, speakers expect a leader who values the student body’s broad cultural and language backgrounds while tackling challenges associated with special education and teacher morale. Taking notes and encouraging the community to fill out a survey at the district’s website, representatives with HYA Executive Search will close the application window on April 15 and present top contenders to school boardmembers for an early June hire.


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