Welcome to the Brookings-Harbor School District!
Superintendent Sean Gallagher joined the Brookings-Harbor School District on July 1, 2015, where he oversees a district of roughly 1,600 students and 180 staff (including 80 full-time teachers).
Previous to his post on the South Coast, Gallagher was the superintendent for the Lake County School District in Lakeview, Ore.
He began his career as a math teacher, and later, became a district coordinator and college instructor. Previous teaching posts include Hermiston High School and Madras High School on the Columbia River in eastern Oregon; Stanfield High School in Stanfield, Ore.; and Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Ore.
During his time at Stanfield, he received the Tandy Technology Scholars Outstanding Teacher Award.
Gallagher has a master of science degree in math education from Oregon State University, a bachelor of science degree in math education from Western Oregon University, and an associate’s of engineering in both computer systems technology and electronics engineering from Oregon Institute of Technology.
In Lakeview, Gallagher was involved in converting Daly Middle School into a learning resource center that offers classes through Klamath Community College.
Away from school, he enjoys music and outdoor activities, including camping, fishing and hunting. He and his wife, Sally, have two grown children.
District mission and vision
The Brookings Harbor District 17C Board Members, in partnership with parents, staff, and community will cultivate a highly effective learning environment where every student can succeed!
Develop a five-year strategic improvement plan for the district
Facilitate teacher and principal evaluation training.
Coordinate seismic application process, including a feasibility study and request for proposals for building upgrades.
Facilitate district-wide technology improvements.
Expand and formalize Career Technical Education (CTE) programming
Implement dual college credit programming
Ensure all district goals adhered to throughout the district
1. Improve Graduation Rate
2. Raise Student Achievement
3. Close the Achievement Gap
4. College and Career Ready Graduates
5. Recruit and Retain highly qualified district staff
6. Improve Communications
To contact Superintendent Sean Gallaher, please contact the school district office via phone at 541-469-7443, email or drop by the office in the parking lot of Brookings-Harbor High School, 629 Easy St.