The Windsor board of education is scheduled to meet Tuesday night, and it will address two issues set to inform the future of the town's public schools: the excellence and equity study, and the replacement of soon-to-be-former Superintendent Jeffrey Villar.
It was announced last week that Villar has accepted an offer to become the executive director of a Connecticut non-profit working to close the state and federal achievement gap.
His exit from the district creates two unique leadership issues in Windsor: the district will soon have its third superintendent in as many years, and the new leadership must take on the task of successfully implementing various changes that come as the result of Loyola's excellence and equity study.
Regarding the excellence and equity study, the board is set to discuss the "next steps," according to Tuesday's meeting agenda.
The board, the agenda details, will also vote to form a personnel search subcommittee to begin the process of hiring Villar's replacement.
Villar will remain in the district through the end of October.
The board will meet at 7 p.m. at town hall council chambers Tuesday night.