The superintendent for St Vrain Valley School District could soon be heading to a new job.
Dr. Don Haddad is one of three finalists for the superintendent job at Hillsborough County Public Schools, per the Longmont Times Call. The school district headquartered in Tampa, Florida, is the seventh largest in the U.S. with more than 215,000 students.
Their current superintendent is retiring.
The finalists for the job, including Dr. Haddad, are scheduled to interview on the 21st, and a decision is expected at the end of the interview process.
Per the Longmont Times Call, Dr. Haddad has previously applied for a position at a larger district. In 2018, he was among four finalists for the superintendent job at Clark County School District in Nevada, which is the nation’s fifth largest district. He was not chosen for the job.
Dr. Haddad has been the superintendent of SVVSD since 2009. He previously worked as the principal for Niwot High School, executive director of secondary schools, and assistant superintendent and deputy superintendent, all in SVVSD. He was also named National Superintendent of the Year in 2013.