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The Gilroy Unified School District Board of Education is seeking the public’s input in selecting its next superintendent. 

Deborah Flores, who has led Gilroy Unified School District as superintendent for 16 years, will retire on June 30, she announced in January.

The board is providing an anonymous online survey and is encouraging participation from students, staff, parents, and community.

This survey is open from now through 4pm on March 3.

• English:

• Spanish:

Members of the Gilroy community, including GUSD parents and guardians, are invited to attend a Community Input Session at either Gilroy High School or Christopher High School. These sessions will be led by staff from Leadership Associates, the executive search firm that is helping conduct the search for the next superintendent.

Sessions are open for anyone to attend, and will be conducted in English and in Spanish at both campuses. The sessions are scheduled for March 2. Sessions in Spanish will be held from 5:15-6pm. Sessions in English will be held from 6-6:45pm.  

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