Assistant Principal Dorr to leave ISD 166 in November
Assistant Principal and Athletic Director Mitch Dorr is leaving School District 166. Dorr sent out an email to his colleagues at School District 166 this week, letting them know that he was leaving the district, effective November 1.
Dorr shared a copy of his letter to Cook County Schools staff, which read:
After much thought and prayer, I have decided to take the Principal position at Saint John the Baptist Catholic School in Jordan, Minnesota. After 24 years at Cook County Schools and 46 years living in Grand Marais, it is now time for me to explore other pursuits.
My family will finish out this school year with all of you, while I will depart on November 1st. It has been a blessing to work with the many talented people we have here at Cook County Schools.
I apologize that many of you have found out through an email. It seems like an impossible task to tell everyone of my move in a way that honors and respects each of you.
My heart will continue to bleed blue and white and I wish all of you the very best in all you pursue.
May you be blessed and fulfilled always,
WTIP will share news on how School District 166 will handle the vacancy of these two positions at the school as it becomes available.