Orange Unified Needs New Superintendent, Gets Two For Now

The Orange Unified School Board is currently looking for two educators to fill the vacant superintendent spot.

Superintendent Michael Christensen officially retired August 1. He announced his departure months earlier.

Taking over for the longtime educator are Carmella Franco and Garrett Rutherford, who will act as co-interim superintendents while the district finds a permanent leader. They will receive a combined $87,510 salary and serve until the end of the school year in June.

Read more about the search for the new superintendent at The OC Register.



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