Dear Clayton Valley Community,
It is my pleasure to introduce myself and join you as interim Executive Director of Clayton Valley Charter High School during this period of leadership transition. I look forward to working with you on continuing to embrace the rigor, relevance and relationships framed in high achievements and expectations that this organization has accomplished. The leadership transition process is not complicated. My commitment to you will be doing this with ethical actions, transparency and a plan.
A little about the plan; I will be meeting with critical organizational stakeholders over the next few weeks for input and voice. I will be meeting with both certificated and classified staff, parent and community groups, and administration to engage them in a process identifying critical issues and elements within the organization. At that point, I will be taking that feedback to the Board to facilitate a 5-year strategic action plan that will be presented to the Board for adoption in August. The action plan will guide the mission and vision of Clayton Valley Charter High School over the course of the next few years. Additionally, we will be using this feedback from all stakeholder groups to assist in recruiting a visionary and dynamic leader to continue to take this organization on its journey to being a world-class school.
Below is a little bit of my background- you can also find more information on my web site, chartersearch.net
Bob Hampton brings extensive expertise in business management and both comprehensive and charter public schools. He has been a high school principal, central office administrator and school Superintendent. During his tenure as a high school principal, his schools received many local, state and national awards including, multiple California Distinguished School and National Blue Ribbon recognitions. His schools have ranked in the top 1% of all public schools throughout California. Additionally, he has been an early contributor to the charter school movement in California, appointed to the charter school advisory board by then California Superintendent of Public Instruction, Delaine Easton. He was an appointee to California's Little Hoover Commission and was the state-wide President of California Network of Educational Charters (CANEC). Bob has spoken nationally on educational reform, leadership development and best practices. Bob has also assisted organizations throughout the state with vision and mission development, strategic planning and organizational risk analysis. He has also has been a consultant for California Charter Schools Association (CCSA), the nations largest charter association and voice for charter advocacy.