SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (KNEP) - There is a new sheriff in town. No actually there is new school superintendent for Scottsbluff Public Schools. Andrew Dick is his name and a graduate of Scottsbluff High School. He replace Rick Myles who served the district for the past ten years.
Dick said he has prior experience as a principal in the district and recently as chief administrator at ESU-13. The new position is of the utmost importance to him.
“The feeling of the remarkable honor that’s been bestowed upon me is certainly has not gone away,” said Dick. “It is an honor and a privilege to be able to serve Scottsbluff Public Schools and the community a school district and a community means so much to me.”
Dick said his family lives in Scottsbluff and his kids are in the school system. He is thankful for Rick Myles’s mentorship and being able to work alongside him. His fifteen years of experience in the district will assist him greatly in his new role.
“We’re preparing our students to best meet the needs of our community and beyond to empower them prepare them for the challenges of tomorrow,” said Dick. “Certainly we encourage that conversation and we’re going to continue to take this remarkable school district and continue to move it forward.”
Dick said the upcoming school year faculty and students will meet face to face and will offer no more remote learning.