Andy Holmlund has been part of the Montana’s public school system for over 30 years, serving in the capacities of coach, teacher, principal, and superintendent. Prior to joining MSSF in 2016, Andy served as Superintendent of Schools in Wolf Point for three years; he then returned to his hometown of Ronan in 2003, where he served as Superintendent of Schools until his retirement July 5, 2016.
Throughout his administrative career, Andy has been involved with many state and national organizations, including Montana School Group Insurance Authority (MSGIA), School Administrators of Montana, (SAM), Montana Association of School Superintendents (MASS), Indian Impact Schools of Montana (IISM), American Association of School Administrators (AASA), and the Federal Legislation Insurance Committee (FLIC) relating to School Leaders Risk Management Association ((SLRMA). Andy has also served as the director of the Montana Quality Education Coalition (MQEC) since inception in 2001 until his retirement.
Andy holds a B.S. in Education from Montana State University and a M.A. in School Administration from Heritage College in Washington. Andy is very active in the Ronan community with Parks and Recreation, Mission Valley Heritage Association, and the Chamber of Commerce. Andy is very proud of his two children, Kara and Drew, who are the lights of his life.
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