Principal: Audrey Haugan
Assistant Principal: Jason Chatterton
Dean of Students: Seth Womack
Office Manager: Tiffany Grimsley
Grade Levels: 9 – 12
675 SW Rimrock
Redmond, OR 97756
Mon-Fri 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Mon-Fri 7:30 am – 2:30 pm
Welcome back to the 2019-2020 school year!
Welcome Principal Haugan
Redmond School District selects new principal for Redmond High School
Audrey Haugan, Ed.D of Elgin, Illinois, has been selected from a nationwide search to become the next principal of Redmond High School, Superintendent Mike McIntosh announced today.
“Audrey brings a great deal of experience to Redmond High,” McIntosh said. “Meeting her and learning about her approach to education gives me confidence she will be able to hit the ground running on day one.”
Haugan emerged as the top choice among four finalists who spent Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at Redmond High School for a rigorous, day-long interview process where she was able to meet with Redmond High students, employees, district officials and members of the community.
Haugan most recently served as principal of Maine West High School in Des Plaines, Illinois for the past 13 years, a school of 2,200 students and 300-plus teachers and staff. During that time she also held adjunct professor roles at Roosevelt University and Concordia University in Illinois, where she taught educators how to be effective principals.
“Dr. Haugan is a student-centered leader who focuses on the student learning experience and improving success for all students,” Steve Humphrey, Ed.D, her former supervisor said. “I’m confident she will work effectively on the school culture to create a positive experience for students, staff and parents while ensuring a safe and secure climate for everyone in the building. In the time that I worked with Audrey, she valued the participation of all stakeholders and worked to increase student engagement and success. She has great enthusiasm for creating school pride and meeting the needs of all students.”
Haugan holds a bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University, a Master’s of Education from Northeastern Illinois University and a Doctorate of Education from Roosevelt University.
Haugan will officially begin her new role on July 1, 2019. She has already started the process of finding a home in Redmond, a place where she has family. She and her husband are very eager to establish roots in the community.
Our first year in our AVID elective has been remarkably successful thanks to the dedication of our trailblazing elective teacher, Morgan Atchley, and our amazing freshmen AVID students and student mentors. Here are some of our AVID Elective student and mentor student stats:
- AVID students have a 96.9% attendance average for the 2018-19 school year, which is higher than the school goal of 95%
- The class GPA is 3.72, and every student has participated in one or more rigorous courses this year
- AVID students have participated in community service, attended college campus tours, and every student is involved in one or more RHS club or program outside the classroom
We are incredibly excited to grow our AVID elective cohort next year by adding another AVID elective teacher, Tim McKeaney, and an additional AVID elective course. We will have a frosh and sophomore AVID class up and running and be closer to our AVID school-wide goal!
Congratulations Photo Contest Winners!
#1 & 2: Annabelle Lantz– white rose and snowy pines
#6: Chloe Knudsen–sunset
#8: Aiden Roberts–dog in field
#10: Brody Cohen–spot color daisy
#42: Blake Morris–portrait of Kaden
Picture Day at Redmond High School is Thursday, September 5th!
Pictures can be ordered at mylifetouch.com.