Contact the Superintendent
Superintendent Apostle looks forward to hearing from employees and community members who have questions or comments regarding the District. To contact him, please call 728-2400, ext. 1022, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know Dr. Apostle is available to meet with parents and community members (by appointment) for "open" evening office hours? This is a great opportunity to visit with him directly if you have questions or concerns. Please note that appointments must be made in advance, so call the Superintendent's Office at 728-2400, ext. 1023 to get on his schedule.
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Open Forums in the District
Click here to learn about the District's "Voices: 2011-2012 Public Forum Series" in the public schools.
Superintendent Alex P. Apostle has been the Superintendent of Missoula County Public Schools since July 1, 2008.
Apostle served as Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education in the Tacoma Public Schools from 1992 to 2001. In this position, he was responsible for six high schools and 10 middle schools. He also directed career technical education, enrollment services, alternative education, athletics and activities, and the education program for Remann Hall, the largest juvenile detention center in Pierce County.
Apostle also served as Principal of Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma from 1991-1992. From 1980-1982, Apostle served as principal of Riverview High School in the Finley Public Schools near Kennewick, Washington. He also served as principal of Sedro-Woolley High School in Sedro-Woolley, Wash., from 1982 to 1986. He was a high school Principal at Liberty High School from 1986-1991 in the Issaquah Public Schools in Washington state.
Apostle holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education and science from the University of Puget Sound. He also earned a master's in secondary education and Ed.S. and Ph.D. degrees in educational administration from the University of Idaho.
Superintendent Apostle is evaluated annually by the MCPS Board of Trustees. Click here to view his 2012 evaluation by the District's trustees.