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Gull Lake searches for new superintendent

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This month, the Gull Lake Community Schools Board will begin the process of searching for a permanent superintendent to replace Chris Rundle, who served the district for 10 years.

Lisa Anderson, who serves as finance and operations manager for Gull Lake, took over as the interim superintendent in Rundle’s absence and has lead Gull Lake while the board finds a permanent replacement.

“Part of that process will be to discuss their vision for what they want in a new superintendent,” Anderson said.

Rundle announced his retirement back in June during a board meeting. Rundle said that his reason was not an “ideal situation,” citing an illness that he did not he did not publicly reveal.

“The story shouldn’t be about an illness,” Rundle said. “We accomplished great things. That’s the story.”

Before Rundle joined Gull Lake as superintendent, he worked five years as superintendent at Harrison Public Schools in Northern Michigan.

Prior to joining the field of education, he worked 21 years with the Michigan State Police.

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