Another Superintendent Retires; This Time in National City

National School District will have to find a new chief of schools after Superintendent Chris Oram announced he is retiring this year.

Oram has been with the district for 37 years and held this position for seven of those. His contract was set to expire next year, but his daughter’s wedding this summer has him wanting to leave his $205,000 annual salary sooner.

The board now has to decide how it wants to find a successor to lead the district’s 5,800 students and 10 schools.

Nation School District seems to be following a trend of hiring new superintendents. In Alameda County the chief of Dublin Unified is also retiring. And Bonita Unified in Los Angeles County is looking for another leader for the second time in a year.

Chris Oram’s last day is June 30.

 

Read more at The San Diego Union-Tribune


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