David Grambow promoted to assistant superintendent of Hudson School District
David Grambow was recommended for promotion to the position of assistant superintendent for system improvement at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting.
With the approval of the School Board, Grambow will begin his new position July 1. His boss, Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten described Grambow as a visionary, adept, and a well-respected leader who is committed to advancing the district’s strategic vision HSD 2025.
“We are fortunate to have a leader of his caliber already in the district and ready for the next step in his professional career,” Bowen-Eggebraaten said.
Since his hire in 1995, Grambow has worked at E.P. Rock Elementary as a classroom teacher and then special education teacher. In 2008, Grambow moved to Willow River Elementary as principal. In 2011, he became associate director of learning services and most recently system improvement director.
In his new job, Grambow will focus will be “on expanding organizational capacity through such efforts as leading professional development for teachers and administrators, implementing educator effectiveness and expanding S.M.A.R.T. Goal impact,” according to a district press release.
He will have the primary responsibility to lead the advancement of technology to further HSD 2025.
In addition, his responsibilities will expand to support work of the superintendent and the Board of Education. Grambow will continue to be an equal member of the Learning Support Services Department along with Learning Services Director Sandi Kovatch and Student Services Director Tony Mayer.
His current job as system improvement director will be eliminated July 1, and replaced with his new position. His salary will be $130,000 a year plus benefits.