The Redmond School District board unanimously voted Wednesday to make interim superintendent Mike McIntosh the permanent superintendent.
“Superintendent McIntosh’s leadership continues to exemplify the highest personal integrity and unparalleled dedication to our students, our families and all in our district," board Chairwoman Cathy Miller said in a statement. “He clearly understands the challenges ahead."
McIntosh became the district’s interim superintendent in July after Shay Mikalson left for an administrative job with Bend-La Pine Schools.
McIntosh previously was the district’s director of operations.
“I am honored to accept the position of superintendent for the Redmond School District," McIntosh said in a statement. “I am excited to be given the opportunity to work with our incredible staff to ensure our students receive a relevant and rigorous education."
A 15-year employee of the school district, McIntosh also has worked as principal of Lynch Elementary, Elton Gregory Middle School and Terrebonne Community School.
His annual salary is $120,745. That amount reflects a cut of 14 days of pay.
— Bulletin staff report