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Assistant Superintendent

USD 428

HQ Phone: (620) 793-1500

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USD 428

201 S. Patton Rd.

Great Bend, Kansas 67530

United States

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J. Brungardt, Superintendent

USD 204

J. Brungardt, Superintendent

USD 204

Director

District Education Center

Affiliations

Board Member
USA|Kansas

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Dan Brungardt

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Dan Brungardt Assistant Superintendent of Business and Operations dan.brungardt@usd428.net


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The USD 204 Board of Education Tuesday announced that it had approved and signed a two-year contract with Dan Brungardt as its new superintendent.

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Brungardt, currently an assistant superintendent with USD 428 in Great Bend, was one of four finalists chosen from 22 applicants for the position.
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Brungardt oversees operations and finance in his current role in Great Bend. That district is of similar size to USD 204 with about 3,000 students.
Brungardt began his career teaching at Hamilton Middle School in Wichita. After three years there, Brungardt moved to Great Bend, where he has spent the last 21 years. During his tenure in Great Bend, he spent three years as an elementary principal, eight years as a middle school principal, two years as the director of curriculum and instruction and the last eight years in charge of operations and finance.
District officials reported that Brungardt and his wife and three children would be moving to the Bonner Springs / Edwardsville area this summer.
The Kansas Association of School Boards assisted the district in its search for a new superintendent, beginning in December with community meetings seeking input on what characteristics the new superintendent should have. This information was used to narrow the applicants down to finalists.
The district Friday revealed the names of the four candidates it had interviewed for superintendent. In addition to Brungardt, the finalists were:
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The board then checked references and conducted a special meeting Monday, Feb. 18, in an effort to reach a consensus on Brungardt, to whom they offered a contract.


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Dan Brungardt, USD 428 business manager, said the money will be used to purchase 20 iPads and a 20-user cart at Great Bend Middle School. "Ryan Axman (technology coordinator) attended a meeting and learned of a grant opportunity," Brungardt said. "Cox was looking for innovative uses of technology in schools," he said.

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after-school program for either tutoring or enrichment activities," Brungardt said. "The iPad carts will be used by regular- and extended-year program students daily. He added that when students are using technology as an instructional tool they are in an active role rather than the passive role. "The student is actively making choices about how to generate, obtain, manipulate or display information," he said. "Technology use allows many more students to be actively thinking, making choices and building skills than is typical in teacher-led lessons," he said. Brungardt noted that the district is very appreciative to be a grant recipient. The only expense to the district is about $300 for software. "It's nice when education can partner with business to enrich the lives of students," he said.


great bend schools home page

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Dan Brungardt, USD 428 business manager, said the money will be used to purchase 20 iPads and a 20-user cart at Great Bend Middle School. "Ryan Axman (technology coordinator) attended a meeting and learned of a grant opportunity," Brungardt said. "Cox was looking for innovative uses of technology in schools," he said.

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after-school program for either tutoring or enrichment activities," Brungardt said. "The iPad carts will be used by regular- and extended-year program students daily. He added that when students are using technology as an instructional tool they are in an active role rather than the passive role. "The student is actively making choices about how to generate, obtain, manipulate or display information," he said. "Technology use allows many more students to be actively thinking, making choices and building skills than is typical in teacher-led lessons," he said. Brungardt noted that the district is very appreciative to be a grant recipient. The only expense to the district is about $300 for software. "It's nice when education can partner with business to enrich the lives of students," he said.


great bend schools home page

www.usd428.net [cached]

Dan Brungardt, USD 428 business manager, said the money will be used to purchase 20 iPads and a 20-user cart at Great Bend Middle School. "Ryan Axman (technology coordinator) attended a meeting and learned of a grant opportunity," Brungardt said. "Cox was looking for innovative uses of technology in schools," he said.

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after-school program for either tutoring or enrichment activities," Brungardt said. "The iPad carts will be used by regular- and extended-year program students daily. He added that when students are using technology as an instructional tool they are in an active role rather than the passive role. "The student is actively making choices about how to generate, obtain, manipulate or display information," he said. "Technology use allows many more students to be actively thinking, making choices and building skills than is typical in teacher-led lessons," he said. Brungardt noted that the district is very appreciative to be a grant recipient. The only expense to the district is about $300 for software. "It's nice when education can partner with business to enrich the lives of students," he said.

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