The Clear Creek Board of Education has hired Clear Creek High grad Todd Lancaster to be the district’s new superintendent.
Lancaster will replace retiring superintendent Jeff Miller on July 1. The position pays $100,000 annually.
School board President Dan Frydenlund said the unanimous decision was made at a special board meeting May 5 after consulting with two committees, adding that the board was impressed with Lancaster’s background and track record in education.
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