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Dr. Francis Redmon
86 Administration Drive
Mill Hall, PA  17751
(570) 893-4900
Patti Stevenson
Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
(570) 893-4900 ext. 2325
Dr. Francis Redmon, Superintendent

As of February 1, Dr. Francis (Frank) Redmon begins his service to the students, staff, and community as the Superintendent of the Keystone Central School District in Central Pennsylvania. Prior to coming to Pennsylvania, Dr. Redmon served as the Superintendent of the Quilcene School District on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. He has also served as the Superintendent of Ashgabat International School in Turkmenistan, a principal and assistant principal of middle and high schools in urban and suburban schools in WA, and a middle and high school teacher of science and mathematics in Wisconsin, Washington, and Minsk, Belarus. In addition to his teaching roles, he was also the theatrical director and sometime soccer coach. 


Dr. Redmon earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and Education from St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI, a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Washington, Seattle, a Masters of Science in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.


“It is with great honor and a sense of deep gratitude that I begin my service to the Keystone Central School District as its Superintendent. I look forward to learning from the students, teachers, support staff, administration, board, and community. Your dedication to learning, growth, and improvement is a testament to the value that our community puts on public education as well as the commitment to support the district’s efforts to ensure each student exemplifies our profile of a learner. I am committed to lead the district to continue the course that has been set by the board of education and our community and to becoming an integral part of the district and the KCSD community. Together we will ensure that we continue our future-focused education in our world class school district.”


   -  Dr. Francis Redmon


Superintendent Evaluation

According to Section 1073.1 of the Pennsylvania School Code, superintendents must be evaluated via an annual performance review using objective performance standards. The Board of school directors will post the date of the assessment and whether or not the district superintendent has met performance standards.