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Alaska Educator Picked for Columbia Falls Superintendent Post
Bradshaw has served as the superintendent in the Sitka School District since 2001
Steve Bradshaw, a superintendent and former high school principal from Sitka, Alaska, has been offered the Columbia Falls superintendent position.

Bradshaw has served as the superintendent in the Sitka School District since 2001 and previously served as the Sitka High School Principal for two years, according to the district. He was the 2011 Alaska Superintendent of the Year.

The Columbia Falls School District 6 board of trustees voted unanimously last week to offer Bradshaw the position, which is being vacated by Michael Nicosia, who is retiring in June after nearly 20 years.

Contract negotiations began this week.

Bradshaw has ties to Montana, having previously served as a teacher and assistant principal in Hardin from 1976-82 and principal at Red Lodge High School from 1995-98. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Montana State University-Billings and earned a master’s degree in education from MSU in Bozeman.
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