The Seattle Times is profiling the three finalists that are up for the Seattle Schools superintendent position. Soon-to-be the former superintendent of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, Steve Enoch, is one of those finalist.
Enoch announced in March that he would leave at the end of his contract on June 30, 2012. He was hired July 1, 2008.
The Times spoke with representatives from the districts Enoch has worked in, including SRVUSD.
In the San Ramon Valley Unified School District in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he now works, an already high-scoring district saw its test scores rise even more.
"If Seattle's lucky enough to get him, they'll be in for an interesting ride," San Ramon board president Greg Marvel said. "He doesn't believe in the status quo."
How has the SRVUSD changed over Enoch's tenure? What improvements have you seen and what improvments would you like to see moving forward?
Read more about what others had to say about Enoch here.