Frank Redmon, Quilcene School District
Frank Redmon has warmly greeted the Students, Staff, Families, and Community of the Quilcene School District, stating, “I am lucky to have been chosen by you to serve as your school superintendent starting in July. My family and I are excited to be joining you, and we look forward to becoming part of the community.”
He comes to Quilcene from Madison, Wisconsin, with his wife Sharon and three sons. After working toward his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, he and his family were ready to move back to Washington. Previously he served as principal in Marysville, WA, at the 10th Street Middle School, Arts and Technology High School, and Tulalip Heritage High School. He also taught physics in the Bellevue School District and served as Assistant Principal in the Highline School District. His teaching experience spans all areas of middle and high school mathematics and science. Wisconsin is where his teaching career began, and he has also worked in international schools in Belarus and Turkmenistan.
Both he and his wife have worked in education for more than 20 years and are looking forward to continuing their journey with Quilcene. Superintendent Redmon hit the ground running in the Quilcene School District on July 1, 2018.
Read more about Superintendent Redmon in the Port Townsend Leader: http://www.ptleader.com/news/new-quilcene-superintendent-looks-forward-to-close-knit-community/article_485e55b4-5321-11e8-9443-1bbc01fb5b8b.html
Marty Brewer, Port Angeles School District
Marty Brewer succeeded Superintendent Dr. Marc Jackson (retired) on July 1, 2018. Brewer was formerly superintendent of Pioneer School District in the Shelton area (Mason County), and prior to that, he was Director of Gifted Programs for Richland School District in Benton County. He’s also served as principal at Lewis and Clark Elementary School and Arthur H. Smith Elementary School. Assistant principal and teacher positions preceded.
Superintendent Brewer earned his Superintendent Certification from Washington State University, and his Administration Certification from Heritage College in Toppenish. He holds a masters’ degree in Professional Development and a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education.
“It’s an absolute honor to be in this position,” Brewer said. “My wife and I are excited that we’ve made our home in Port Angeles and made a long-term commitment to this school district and community. I’m looking forward to working with Port Angeles School District staff, students and parents to accomplish the goals of this community. We greatly value a positive environment for staff, students and community members.”
Read more about Superintendent Brewer in the Peninsula Daily News: http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/port-angeles-school-district-swears-in-new-superintendent/
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