Superintendent Search Timeline


    November 8, 2019

    Community e-survey opens

    December 2, 2019

    Community e-survey closes

    December 9, 2019

    Superintendent application period opens

    January 21, 2020

    Deadline for applications

    February 20-21, 2020

    Interviews conducted 

    March 5, 2020

    Community Meeting with Finalists

    @ Webb Center  6:00 pm

    March 2020

    Board Decision  TBD

    July 1, 2020

    New Superintendent officially begins


Superintendent Finalists

  •  Join us for a community meet and greet on Thursday, March 5 at 6:00 pm in the Del E Webb Center to meet our finalists.  You will be able to submit questions to the finalists, have a casual conversation after the formal Q & A and submit comments to board on your opinion of the candidates.  



    Dr. Barbara Remondini   Dr. Barbara Remondini

    Dr. Barbara Remondini began her career as an elementary school teacher. She entered administration as an Assistant Principal at the Middle School level, and then served as Principal of a large Junior High School. In 2010, Barbara transitioned to the district office as Assistant Superintendent, overseeing both the Human Resources and Curriculum and Instruction departments. Between 2013 and 2018, Dr. Remondini held the position of Vice President of a global company providing continuous improvement and accreditation services. She currently serves the Kyrene Elementary School district as the Director of Human Resource Services. 

    Dr. Remondini earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction, and a Ph.D. in Education Leadership all from New Mexico State University. 

    Barbara Marshall     Barbara Marshall

    Barbara Marshall is a career educator with more than 30 years of experience in Arizona public schools. She began her career as a classroom teacher, where she spent eleven years teaching elementary students. Over the last three decades she has served in a variety of positions to advance student academic success. These include technology instructional coach, professional development coordinator, assistant principal, and principal. 

    She has served as an assistant superintendent for educational services for 12 years, most recently in the Madison Elementary School District. In this role, Marshall serves as a member of the executive team for visioning and planning in meeting the district’s strategic plan goals and objectives. She supervises Curriculum & Instruction, Student Services, Special Education, Research & Evaluation, Community Education, and the district’s Signature Programs. Under her leadership, the Madison District earned numerous district and state honors and awards including commendation for English Learner and Special Education programs, and State recognition for PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) programs for each district school. In addition, Madison students continually score higher than the state average in language arts, math, and science, with five Madison schools ranking in the top 10 elementary schools in the Phoenix area. 

    She has won numerous awards for her work including Alhambra’s Excellence in Education Award, Vision Award, HOPE (Honoring Outstanding Prevention Efforts) Award, and ASBA’s Golden Bell Award. 

    Marshall earned her bachelor’s degree in education (Arizona State University) and a master’s degree in education/technology (University of Phoenix). She is a certified trainer for The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Stephen R. Covey) and Leading at the Speed of Trust (Stephen M. R. Covey), and is both a lead instructor and an academic associate for graduate work in educational leadership at Arizona State University. 

    She is involved in numerous organizations that advance public education including serving as the current chairperson of the Greater Phoenix Educational Management Council. She is an active member of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), and AdvancED, and served on the board of the Arizona School Administrators, Education Division.

    Joe Roselle    Dr. Charles 'Joe' Roselle

    Dr. Joe Roselle has been an educator for over twenty years.  Dr. Roselle has fourteen years experience as a site level administrator and four years as a district level administrator.  He has received recent recognition from PBISAz, SciTech Institute, and the Laveen School District.  Dr. Roselle has also recently presented at conferences hosted by the following organizations: Grand Canyon University, PBISAZ, and APBS. In addition, Dr. Roselle is the current King Lion of the Laveen Lions Club. 


    ( All pictures and bio information were provided by the finalists ) 



New Superintendent Search

  • Application period is now closed.

    Superintendent, Dr. Howard Carlson, will be retiring at the end of the 2019-2020 school year.  The Wickenburg Unified Governing Board has contracted with ASBA (Arizona School Board's Association) to conduct a search to fill this vacancy.  As part of the process ASBA is conducting a community survey to obtain input on the leadership qualities individuals would like to see in the leader of the District.  Results to the survey are in the links below.   Click here to apply.