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Alum retires after two decades, replaced by fellow alum
Thursday, July 12, 2012
During his time at WSU, Apostle earned his masterís degree in educational administration in 1979 and his Ph.D. in elementary and secondary education in 1989. While serving as superintendent, the district has cut nearly $40 million and has grown from 17,000 students to more than 21,000.
Apostleís position, which he left in June, was filled by fellow WSU alumnus Timothy Yeomans. At WSU Yeomans earned his bachelorís in education, health and physical education in 1986 and his masterís in history, ancient and modern Europe. Yeomans served as the superintendent of Meridian School District in Bellingham before moving to the Puyallup School District.