Former island administrator becomes superintendent in Oregon.…

Posted March 19, 2009 at 9:31 pm by

Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis

Remem­ber in the mid-1990s when Jeff Davis was here? Looks like he just moved to the Ore­gon coast. Here’s more, from the Flo­rence, OR, newspaper:

After review­ing 22 appli­ca­tions for the super­in­ten­dent posi­tion, the Sius­law School Dis­trict announced last week that Jeff Davis of Ort­ing, Wash., will take over the reins begin­ning July 1.

Davis, 62, will replace cur­rent Super­in­ten­dent George Win­ter­scheid, who resigned from the job due to health reasons.

“The school is blessed to have such a phe­nom­e­nal can­di­date accept the posi­tion,” the dis­trict said in a state­ment released March 13.

Cur­rent­ly, Davis is the super­in­ten­dent of the Ort­ing School Dis­trict, a posi­tion he has held since 2002. He plans to retire from the Wash­ing­ton school system.

His past expe­ri­ence includes sev­en years as super­in­ten­dent of the Enti­at School Dis­trict and three years as prin­ci­pal of Fri­day Har­bor High School, both in Washington.

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