How many administrators does the Pasco County school district need?
A team of consultants from the Florida Association of District School Superintendents arrived in Land O'Lakes on Monday with the goal of seeking ways to make the Pasco school district's administrative ranks more effective and efficient.
Led by Luther Rogers, a longtime retired schools chief, the group is interviewing employees throughout the district to determine what they do, what they think needs to be done, and more. It's part climate survey, part evaluation, and at the end of the review it should generate some recommendations on how the district might make better use of its administrative ranks.
That could mean job reassignments, new job descriptions, added posts and deleted ones, too. Positions such as assistant superintendent for high schools (currently vacant) could remain or disappear in favor of something else, or perhaps nothing at all.
Rogers is supposed to make a report to superintendent Heather Fiorentino and School Board chairwoman Joanne Hurley by the end of the month. Stay tuned.