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Vancouver Public Schools’ Stromme to lead Lynden school district

By , Columbian staff writer

Mike Stromme, the deputy superintendent of Vancouver Public Schools, has been named interim superintendent of the Lynden School District in Whatcom County. Stromme’s appointment as interim superintendent will be for the 2021-22 school year, according to a Vancouver news release.

“Although I will greatly miss working with my talented colleagues in VPS, I am excited about this opportunity and look forward to serving the students, families and employees of Lynden schools,” Stromme said in the statement.

Stromme has worked 33 years in education, including most of his tenure as a classroom teacher and building administrator and district-level administrator in Vancouver. He spent three years as superintendent of the Washougal School District from 2015-18, and also was interim superintendent at Green Mountain School District, and also an associate superintendent at Educational Service District 112.

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