Oakley, CA — The Oakley Union Elementary University District (OUESD) Board of Trustees is happy to announce the selection of Jeffery Palmquist as the district’s new superintendent, productive August 22, 2021.
“We were extremely thrilled to have an exceptional subject of candidates for the Superintendent placement. With the assistance of a workers, parent and local community member panel, Mr. Palmquist emerged as the proper suit to guide our district.” Board Trustee President Lynell Fuller reported. “Although numerous qualified candidates used, the board felt that Mr. Palmquist’s encounter, management and devotion to college students and team associates would very best serve OUESD learners, staff members, and the neighborhood for many years to arrive.”
Palmquist is beginning his 25th year of services in general public training, commencing his career in the San Joaquin County Office of Education Court and Community School Method. He has served as a teacher, an assistant principal, a college principal, an affiliate superintendent.
For the previous a few years as Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Instruction at Lodi Unified University District. In this capability, Palmquist was involved with making innovative application for higher college students and oversaw the District’s center faculty, substantial school, and different college plans, as well as the Kid Welfare and Attendance Division. In addition, Palmquist has served as an Adjunct Professor at the Instructors College of San Joaquin.
“I am excited and honored to have been chosen as the new superintendent of Oakley Union and glance forward to working collaboratively with the university board, employees, pupils, mother and father and group,” Palmquist explained. “Public schooling has unquestionably experienced its difficulties around the previous year and a fifty percent, but I know that Oakley will go on to come together and take care of our learners.”
Palmquist is a native of the Delta location, exclusively the Lodi/Stockton region. He is a graduate of the College of California, Santa Barbara, wherever he obtained his Bachelor of Arts and gained his Master’s in Instruction from Countrywide University. Palmquist also retains a instructing credential from the University of the Pacific and is a Medical professional of Education Candidate at the University of Wyoming.
Mr. Palmquist will succeed Mr. Greg Hetrick. Hetrick is retiring this month right after 5 years of exemplary assistance as the District’s Superintendent and far more than 30 several years in education and learning.
“While we are very energized about our potential, I want to choose this possibility to acknowledge the remarkable management Mr. Hetrick has delivered to OUESD and our complete community above his tenure and specifically all through this unprecedented time. His perseverance to OUESD, the educators, and the small children we serve is unmatched – He will be significantly skipped,” President Fuller added.
OUESD is a diverse studying community fully commited to educating and empowering today’s learners and tomorrow’s leaders in a risk-free and inclusive setting. OUESD is property to more than 5,000 students throughout seven elementary school and two middle universities.
For much more information and facts, pay a visit to www.ouesd.k12.ca.us .