The Lincoln Parish School Board (“Board”) thanks you for your interest in this position. By providing as much information as possible, you will allow us to assess your qualifications in a timely and efficient manner. Please allow us to provide you with important information. We ask that you read the application form and all attachments carefully and that you provide complete and accurate information. Your signature certifies that you have done so and that all information provided is true, complete, and correct.
Notice, Conditions and Directions:
Completed applications, with all attachments, should be forwarded to Lincoln Parish Superintendent Search, Lincoln Parish School Board, P.O. Box 1422, Ruston, Louisiana 71273.
In addition, you should include your resume and a copy of your Louisiana teaching credentials/certificate evidencing certification for the position. If you are not certified in Louisiana, your application must be accompanied by written confirmation from the Louisiana Department of Education that you are eligible for immediate certification as a school superintendent upon employment by the Lincoln Parish School Board. Information regarding the requirements for Louisiana certification may be obtained by contacting the Louisiana Department of Education at 1-877-453-2721.
Applicants are asked not to contact Lincoln Parish School Board members. You may contact Kim McCormack at (318) 255-1430 with any questions regarding your application or the completion of same.
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To be considered, applications must be received no later than September 28, 2020. Delivery and proof of receipt is the obligation of the applicant. Only those applications postmarked on or before the application deadline will be considered.
Please note that Louisiana law provides that all applications for superintendents are public records subject to release to the media, press or to any person requesting a copy. Accordingly, the fact that you have applied, and the content of your application may become public knowledge.
Louisiana law requires the Board to request certain information relative to your current or prior employment, and you must authorize such persons or entities to release such information to the Board. Any offer of employment, vote to employ or actual employment is conditioned upon the results of this review and the negotiation of a contract. Any adverse information, conviction or plea which impacts your eligibility or fitness for the position shall vitiate the Board’s offer of employment, vote to employ or contract. See attached forms and releases.
If hired, you must also submit fingerprints for a background check in accordance with La. R.S. 17:15 and La. R.S. 15:587.1. Such background check will reveal all criminal convictions and pleas, including those that may have been expunged. Any offer of employment, vote to employ, or contract is conditioned upon the results of this review. Any conviction or plea which impacts your eligibility or fitness for the position shall vitiate the Board’s offer of employment, vote to employ or contract. See attached forms and releases.
Applicants selected for interviews will be notified as to time and place of interviews. Any expenses incurred by applicants in connection with the application or for travel to/from interviews shall be borne by the applicant.
. The Lincoln Parish School Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, gender, national origin, religion, disability or membership in any other protected classification.