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Please see the statement below from the Board of Education regarding the search for our next Superintendent:

As you may have recently read, Superintendent Jonathan Raymond indicated his last day in our district will be at the end of this school year. We would like to acknowledge and thank Mr. Raymond for his hard work and the significant contributions that he and his outstanding administrative team have made over the last 18 months. His abbreviated tenure was not anticipated, but we respect Mr. Raymond's decision and understand his need to be closer to his family.

Identifying our next Superintendent is the Board of Education's top priority and we are confident we will identify a candidate of the highest quality to succeed Mr. Raymond. The Board met to consider our options at this time and to discuss next steps. Please be assured that we are all committed to an inclusive, collaborative and open search. The Board of Education will consider internal candidates ready to continue the strong progress Superintendent Jonathan Raymond and his administrative team have established, as well as external candidates with proven, top-notch credentials. All candidates must demonstrate the ability to provide next-frontier levels of leadership and strategies that advance achievement for our students. Mr. Raymond has announced that he is departing the school district, due to family reasons, at the end of this school year. 

If you have any questions for the Board regarding our process please email us at

Best Regards,

William Iannuzzi, President
Adina Berrios Brooks, Vice President

The Board of Education on Jan. 24, 2023 presented this overview presentation on how it will recruit and select the next superintendent.

An Important Message from the CSDNR BOE

Dear Community Members:

On behalf of the Board of Education, we would like to update you on the current search for our next Superintendent of Schools.

The Board of Education received 37 applications for the position. After careful review, the Board invited five candidates for in-person interviews. In the end, three candidates were invited to give presentations and participate in Q&As with our Citizens Advisory Committee on Thursday, March 2nd. The candidates will each give a 15-minute presentation on their proposed entry plan based on our newly refreshed strategic roadmap. After each presentation, candidates will participate in 45-minute Q&As with the Citizens Advisory Committee.

The Board of Education is excited to announce the names of those selected by lottery to participate in the Citizens Advisory Committee as well as stakeholder representative members. The Board of Education conducted a random lottery that selected 60 community members and designated 10 alternates, and identified 60 stakeholders, including our PTAs, Bargaining Units, and partner community organizations. 

We will continue to update the community with progress on the search over the next several weeks.

Best Regards,

William Iannuzzi, President

Adina Berrios Brooks, Vice President

Board of Education

City School District of New Rochelle 


The Board of Education will oversee the candidate-recruitment process, consider candidates and make a final choice after reviewing input from the community and stakeholders. Candidate applications will be submitted through, the main website where the school district posts job openings. The Board of Education will not see applications until the application window closes. The school district’s law firm, Ingerman Smith, will support the Board by organizing materials and applications. 

Target Timeline

The Board has established this scheduled timeline:

  • Jan. 27-Feb. 8: Superintendent applications welcomed.

  • Feb. 9-12: The Board of Education reviews applications.

  • Feb 13-17: The Board of Education interviews candidates.

  • March 2: Presentations by finalists to a Citizens Advisory Committee and the Board of Education, and a final Board interview.

  • March 3-5: Final deliberations by the Board of Education.

  • March 6-13: Negotiations begin.

After March 14: The new superintendent is announced to the public.

Citizens Advisory Committee

The Citizens Advisory Committee will provide vital insights to the evaluation process. Members will be asked to attend presentations by the finalists for the superintendent position. Those presentations are tentatively scheduled for March 2. The group will comprise approximately 100 individuals -- 50% school district stakeholders appointed by the Board of Education and 50% by lottery, if community demand exceeds the number of spots available. Community members are highly encouraged to apply. Visit The application deadline is Feb. 17.


In addition to, efforts will be made to post the job opportunity on these websites to attract top-flight candidates:

  • National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE)

  • Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS)

  • Education America Network Website

  • School Leadership 2.0

  • National Association of School Superintendents (NASS) Website

  • TheLadders Passport 

  • New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) 

  • The New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) 

  • School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS)

News Updates

The Board of Education is committed to providing news updates at and via email blasts, our bi-weekly newsletter and at Board of Education meetings. A special webpage has been created on the school district website. Please regularly visit for a variety of news and information regarding the search and selection process. To submit questions to the Board of Education, email

The Board is confident that it will identify a candidate of the highest quality to succeed Mr. Raymond. Thank you for your continued investment in our school district and the futures of our children.


William Iannuzzi, President
Adina Berrios Brooks, Vice President