After Ten Years at the Helm, Ukiah High Principal Gordon Oslund Announces His Retirement


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Principal Gordon Oslund [Picture by Ukiah High Journalism]

After serving as Ukiah High’s Principal for ten years, Gordon Oslund has announced to students and staff that the 2022-2023 school year will be his last.

While leading Wildcat Nation, Oslund has guided the school through destructive and deadly fires, floods, the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

Under Oslund’s leadership, Ukiah High has adopted a new block schedule, broadened its career and technical education opportunities, and continued its commitment to serving the Ukiah community.

This marks the next chapter for Oslund who has worked within Mendocino County schools for over thirty years.

Ukiah High Journalism wishes Mr. Oslund a happy retirement and we thank you for your service!

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