GUHSD Superintendent to Retire

After serving for more than four decades in education, the superintendent of Glendale Union High School District is retiring.

Mr. Eugene Dudo has served as superintendent for the district for the past three years. The Governing Board voted Wednesday during their regular meeting to accept his resignation at the end of June.

“It will be very hard to see Mr. Dudo leave,” Board President Don DeBusk said. “He is a man of integrity and is respected by all. He has made such a significant difference within GUHSD. All nine of our schools earned “A’s” under his leadership. He will be missed.”

Dudo served as the district’s Chief Financial Officer prior to becoming the superintendent. He previously worked for the Arizona Department of Education in school finance. In retirement, Dudo plans to spend time with his family and travel.

The Governing Board hired Dr. Jim Mitchell as the consultant for the Superintendent Search. Join us for a community meeting on February 3, 6:00 p.m. at Moon Valley High School, 3625 W Cactus Rd, Phoenix to learn more about the search process and how you can provide input on the qualities you would like the next superintendent to possess. Forward this invitation to others within our community who you believe would be interested in attending.

If you are unable to attend the meeting you are still able to provide your input by completing the survey located at https://www.research.net/s/BV8LHCY.

We look forward to your attendance on February 3 so you can assist the board with their search for GUHSD’s next leader.




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