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CLK Schools Selects New Superintendent, Receives CNC Mill Donation

CLK Schools has a new superintendent.

Calumet High School principal Christopher Davidson was appointed to the position at the October meeting of the CLK Board of Education.

Davidson fills the role vacated by the retirement of current superintendent Darryl Pierce.

Davidson will assume his new position with the district on January 1st and will become the 12th superintendent in the history of the CLK District, dating back to 1870.

Calumet High School will receive a new CNC mill.

The Calumet High School Industrial Arts Program will have state of the art manufacturing capability with a new Haas Mini Mill CNC, thanks to a generous donation from Royale Inc., Calumet Machine and an anonymous donor.

CLK Schools Board President Phyllis Locatelli said the machine will provide a real-world machine shop experience for the students.

At their October meeting, the Board expressed their appreciation to the generous donors for investing in the future of the manufacturing program at Calumet High School and thanked industrial arts teachers Robert Bohlsen and Eric Rundman for their efforts in securing the CNC Mill.

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