Arrowhead Superintendent Announces Retirement

Anya Behringer, Reporter

Laura Myrah, Arrowhead’s superintendent since July 2015, announced through a letter December 11, 2022 that she will be retiring from K-12 education. 


Myrah has worked in K-12 education for more than 30 years. She worked at Whitefish Bay School District as superintendent, before being hired as Arrowhead’s superintendent.


In Myrah’s letter to the school board announcing her resignation, she states, “I am at the point in my life where I am unwilling to conform to changing areas of mission, roles, and priorities that are contrary to my knowledge and beliefs about education and school leadership.”


Eiley Brahm, a junior at Arrowhead states, “I think that if she needs time off and to spend with her family, then she should definitely take that time to herself and have time to relax and not have the stress of school going through her head. We will miss her and her amazing contributions to the arrowhead community and school.” 


Myrah will finish out the 2022-2023 school year, and her last day will be August 7th, 2023.