The Redmond School Board will host a superintendent search community forum on October 24th at Redmond High.
The intent of the forum is to gather input and feedback from parents and community members to inform the superintendent search that will launch this fall. It’ll be held in the school auditorium from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Redmond School District Superintendent Mike McIntosh will retire at the end of the 2019-2020 school year after 23 years of service to Redmond School District. The school board has contracted Hank Harris of Human Capital Enterprises, an executive search firm, to lead the search for a new superintendent.
In addition to the community forum the board will host an online public survey which will be live from October 24 through November 12 on the district website at www.redmondschools.org.
“The board is committed to finding the right candidate to lead Redmond School District through a careful selection process,” said school board Chairman Tim Carpenter. “We encourage all parents and community members to attend this forum or take the online survey to provide their valuable input as we develop our search for the next district leader.”
For questions or more information about the Redmond School District superintendent search, please contact Gina Blanchette, executive assistant to the Redmond school board, at 541-923-8250.