Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Roland Hires Martin as New Superintendent

Randy Martin

The former Muldrow High School principal will take over the Roland superintendent job next month.

Randy Martin was hired by the Roland school board Monday night as its new school superintendent, according to Roger Brunk, board president.

“He’s very well-known throughout the community,” Brunk said. “He graduated from Roland, so it’s not like somebody we didn’t know.”

Martin will fill the vacancy left by Randy Wood, who was recently hired as Sallisaw’s new superintendent.

An educator with extensive experience as a teacher and coach for the last 30 years, Martin has served in many administrative capacities, as athletic director, assistant principal, principal, and campus director of a career/technical education campus. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from the University of Oklahoma, and a master’s degree in education from Northeastern State University.

Brunk said the board “all stood together,” voting unanimously to hire Martin as superintendent.

“We just felt like he was a good fit for our school,” Brunk said. “We’re very happy to have him here.”

Martin’s official first day as Roland superintendent will be July 1.

Pam Cloud, Managing News Director

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