CRANBURY: Meeting set for input on new CSA

By David Kilby, Staff Writer
   CRANBURY — The Cranbury Board of Education wants the community to meet with the Leadership Advantage search firm to provide input in the selection of a new chief school administrator for Cranbury School.
   The meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. in the school’s large group room. Leadership Advantage consultant Richard Marasco will head the meeting.
   Mr. Marasco is a former superintendent of the Monroe Township School District and twice has served as an interim superintendent for the Princeton Regional School District.
   At the meeting, Mr. Marasco “will seek input from the parents and community members regarding the strengths, characteristics and attributes expected of the next chief school administrator,” reads the school’s January newsletter.
   The new CSA will replace interim CSA Carol Malouf, who took over after John Haney resigned at the end of November last year.
   The board hired Leadership Advantage, of South Orange, to provide assistance in its search for a new CSA at its meeting Dec. 21.
Changes were made to this article on Aug. 22, 2011.