Paradise Unified Has Found Its New Chief Of Schools

Interim Superintendent Michelle John has been appointed to the role of Superintendent of Paradise Unified School District.

John became the interim in August 2017 when previous Superintendent Donna Colosky accepted the same job at Mercer Island School District in Washington.

“I am humbled and honored by this opportunity to serve you and our Paradise students and staff,” said John. “I take very seriously that you have entrusted the young people of this community to our care and expect our fine staff to give their best day in and day out.”

John’s contract runs until 2021.

Read more about the appointment at the Paradise Post.


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