Clint Christopher

Superintendent, Eastern Carver County School District

Phone: 952-556-6110

Email: ChristopherC@district112.org

 

Clint Christopher has served as Superintendent for Eastern Carver County Schools since July 2017. He joined the district three years earlier as Associate Superintendent and supervised all building principals and the Teaching and Learning Department. Christopher has built strong relationships in the community through his leadership on the successful 2015 school referendum. Voters approved construction of Carver Elementary, a new multi-purpose domed athletic facility in Chaska, and a competition-size pool at Pioneer Ridge Middle School. Christopher lives in Victoria with his wife and three daughters.

Eastern Carver County Schools is recognized nationally for its innovation and focus on personalized learning. The district currently serves nearly 9,700 students and 1,300 staff and includes eight elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools.

Superintendent Christopher’s Remarks at Conclusion of March 18 Board Meeting

The racially charged incidents that have recently surfaced in some of our schools has prompted me to reiterate what Eastern Carver County Schools stands for. We are a caring, compassionate school community that embraces diversity and inclusivity. We will not be...

Growing Pains — and Opportunities

A message from the Superintendent Eastern Carver County Schools have been - and will continue to be - growing. We are honored that so many families choose our schools and want to live in our district. We also want to be sure we have appropriate spaces, ample staff and...

Enrollment Growth Continues

A message from the Superintendent The first commencement for students of Chaska Public School was in 1899 for four graduates. Last May, we graduated 745 students. Enrollment for grades K-12 exceeds 9,600. The last 30 years have been the most significant time of...

Ensuring our schools welcome and appreciate all

Last month, Eastern Carver County Schools was in the news based on an allegation that a school had not adequately responded to reports of racial harassment. The event that prompted the media to feature our district was a student who found a racial slur written on the...

Facility task force helping prioritize our “to-do” list

A chill in the air means that for many, the holiday season is approaching and fall parent-teacher conferences have wrapped up. It’s also the time we raise the dome over the Athletic Center. This is our community’s second season with athletic fields protected from the...