Assistant Principal: Jason Chatterton
Assistant Principal: Sarah Peterson
Dean of Students: Doug Taylor
Office Manager: Tiffany Whitehurst
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
Decisions regarding inclement weather delays or school cancellations are made in the early morning. When a forecasted storm arrives overnight, members of the district team are up before 4:00 a.m., checking road conditions from Alfalfa to Terrebonne/Crooked River Ranch and Eagle Crest to Tumalo. They are also communicating with city and county road departments and other school districts in Central Oregon to determine if roads are safe for bus travel. The decision to cancel school for the day, or delay start times, must be made by 5:00 a.m. before busses begin their routes.
❄️ How Decisions are Communicated ❄️
Once the decision to delay and/or close has been made, that information is communicated to parents using the district’s automated phone system, on the district website: redmond.k12.or.us/about/emergency-notifications/, Facebook and immediately through local media outlets.
We understand that decisions about school schedules and bus route changes have an impact on our families. We appreciate your patience during these situations. While we know that our students and families are best served when we are open, our main concern is the safety of our students and staff. If you feel that current weather conditions are unsafe, the district respects your decision to keep your student(s) home for the day. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
❄️ District’s Automated Phone System ❄️
Redmond School District uses an autodialer system that calls and texts the phone number you have on file at your child’s school in the event of inclement weather or emergency notifications. Please ensure that your profile is up to date at your student’s school.
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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.
Home of the Panthers
Assistant Principal at Redmond High School (RHS) for three years. He is currently sharing principal responsibilities with Assistant Principal Sarah Peterson until the principal vacancy is filled later this year. Before RHS, he taught math at David Douglas High School for 13 years and was the director of the Ninth Grade Counts Summer program. He holds a bachelor and masters degree from Willamette University and completed his administrative licensure program at Lewis and Clark University.Jason Chatterton
Assistant Principal at Redmond High School (RHS) for two years. She is currently sharing principal responsibilities with Assistant Principal Jason Chatterton until the principal vacancy is filled later this year. Prior to her role as Assistant Principal, she was the Dean and Leadership advisor at RHS. Before coming to RHS, Ms. Peterson taught science for 11 years at the secondary level in Reno, NV, Austin, TX, and Las Vegas, NV. She holds degrees from Indiana University, University of Northern Colorado and Sierra Nevada College.Sarah Peterson
Recent Events & Information
Attention Class of 2019! Graduation is June 7th, 2019! It will be here before you know it so if you have not yet ordered your cap & gown for graduation day, your time is running out. Please go to www.minersgrad.com to place your order. You will receive your cap & gown unit on May 31st, your last day of school. Please note: If you order any additional graduation merchandise from Miners, you will receive it shortly after your order is placed, either by mail sent directly to your home or through the Career Center. If payment is an issue, Miners is more than willing to work with you, so please don’t delay in placing your order!