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Miller leaving Bozeman for school administrator association

A former Havre High School student and teacher and Havre Public Schools superintendent is leaving his current school district to go to work for a statewide association.

Bozeman Superintendent Kirk Miller said he is finishing up several projects in his current job before moving to Helena to start his new position as executive director of the School Administrators of Montana July 1.

Miller, who left his job as superintendent of Havre Public Schools in 2007 to take his job as the top administrator in the Bozeman schools, said this morning that he decided it was time move in a new direction.



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