Myrtle Point school board names finalists for Superintendent
The Myrtle Point school board and the screening advisory committee (SAC) consisting of school staff, parents, and community members narrowed the diverse applicant pool to two finalists on February 26th. On March 2nd Aaron Miller withdrew himself as a finalist. The Board thanks those SAC volunteers for the time they spent assisting in this comprehensive process. The Board is pleased to announce these finalists for further consideration to be the next Superintendent for the Myrtle Point school district.
Currently, Mr. Louis Dix is the Superintendent of the Grant School District #3 in John Day, OR.
Prior to arriving in John Day, Mr. Dix held a variety of administrative roles including but not
limited to assistant principal at the middle and high school levels and elementary school principal in the Klamath Falls City, Medford, La Grande, and Sweet Home school districts. He has over 22 years of administrative experience. Mr. Dix received his master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Southern Oregon University. The school board will begin reference checks for the finalist over the next several days. Each prospective candidate will be invited for a "Finalist Forum” on Friday, March 10th. At that time, staff, students, and members of the community will have an opportunity to meet the candidates. The “meet and greet” will be held from 5:30 – 6:15 pm at the high school gymnasium. Comment cards will be provided for participants to share thoughts with the school board.