After 8 years as Superintendent of Elkhorn Public Schools and 42 years with the District, Superintendent Steve Baker will be retiring at the end of June, 2017. Transitioning into the position will be current Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Bary Habrock. Dr. Habrock, who will begin his 18th year with the District with the 2017-2018 school year, is looking forward to working closely with all those who make the District so special. “Thank you for the trust and opportunity to serve the students, families, educators, and staff that collectively make up the Elkhorn Public Schools District. I am honored to serve,” said Dr. Habrock.
While Mr. Baker is looking forward to retirement, he will miss his work with those in the District, especially the students. “Working with the students, staff and community has been a blessing. I’ve especially enjoyed the opportunity to observe our students’ accomplishments in and out of the classroom,” said Mr. Baker. “I’ll greatly miss being part of the day-to-day goings on, but I leave knowing that the pathway has been paved and that continued success lies ahead for Elkhorn Public Schools,” he said.