[KHTS] – The Hart district now has a superintendent and a superintendent-elect until Rob Challinor’s Feb. 1 retirement, according to contracts obtained by KHTS AM-1220.
Starting Nov. 1, former Deputy Superintendent Vicki Engbrecht was elevated to Superintendent-Elect Engbrecht, leaving Challinor’s...
The Hart School District has announced the appointment of Vicki Engbrecht as superintendent-elect, following approval by the Governing Board at the regularly scheduled board meeting Wednesday. Engrecht is the current deputy superintendent for the District.
In a planned transition, Engbrecht...
The Hart School District Governing Board has announced plans to name deputy superintendent Vicki Engbrecht as Superintendent, effective Feb. 1, 2015. The formal announcement is to be made at the regularly scheduled school board meeting Oct. 1.
This announcement follows the announced retirement of Rob...
Hart District Superintendent Rob Challinor on SCVTV’s “Newsmaker of the Week” program
Hart School District Superintendent Rob Challinor has announced his retirement effective Feb. 1, 2015.
Challinor has served as superintendent of the Hart District for the past five years. The previous...
There are more than 1,000 school districts in California serving approximately 6.2 million students, and each district has a locally elected Governing Board that sets policy for their district. The board’s job is to set policy that is both compliant with all federal and state laws as well as reflective...
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