MOFFAT — The Moffat Consolidated School District #2 has name three finalists to lead their schools, one internal candidate and two from outside the district. The superintendent search narrowed their finalists to Michael Roth, Sarah White and Rachelle Wilson.
Michael Roth’s background includes a wide range of experiences. He began his career in the inner-city schools of San Antonio where the English Language Learner population was high and the socio-economic status was low. He then moved to the rural schools of Iredell-Statesville Schools in North Carolina. He also has experience leading a Gifted Magnet School and brought growth to a high achieving school and brought growth to a low achieving school.
Sarah White has educational experience across the San Luis Valley and has served as a teacher, instructional coach, administrator and senior literacy consultant for the Colorado Department of Education. She is experienced in meeting the needs of at-risk students and creating stimulating and challenging learning environments, conducive to the highest levels of achievement.
Rachelle Wilson is a current, proud member of the district and community and welcomes the opportunity to continue to lead the district on the positive path the current administration has implemented. She has ten years of experience as a teacher and leader across many different grades and content areas, knows how to read data, how to coach teachers and administrators on instructional strategies, and how to properly implement that data.
Due to COVID-19 precautions and recommendations, the district will be canceling the community meet-and-greet that had been arranged and will be scheduling virtual interviews over the coming weeks. After the interviews, the board will begin deliberations to determine a finalist.