Redondo Beach Unified Superintendent Announces Retirement

Redondo Beach Unified School District Superintendent Steven Keller will step down at the end of the year. He notified staff of his retirement in a letter.

Keller has served as chief executive of Redondo Schools since 2006. His career in public education spans more than 36 years. He has held jobs in Fullerton, Baldwin Park, and Laguna Beach. 

In a letter to RBUSD parents and guardians, Keller said he is “ready” and “excited” for this next step.

“I will dabble with a few part-time jobs, which will keep me active, although serving as my daughter’s personal driver will be the priority,” he wrote

Board of Education President David Watkin said the board hopes to have a successor by Jan. 1. Trustees will discuss transition plans at the next meeting on Sept. 13.

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