About Superintendent Bond
Dave Bond has led the Kennewick School District as its superintendent since 2008.
Mr. Bond has effectively managed the district’s financial health and operations while meeting the educational needs of nearly 19,000 Kennewick children in one of the fastest growing school districts in the state of Washington.
To keep pace with the growth, the district has either newly built or replaced 15 schools during his tenure and now has more than 2,600 staff members meeting the diverse needs of students.
He began working in Kennewick in 2001 and has held other administrative positions, including assistant superintendent for secondary education and the principal of Kamiakin High School.
Prior to joining Kennewick School District, Mr. Bond served the Richland School District as a teacher, athletic director, assistant principal, and principal at Hanford High School.
Mr. Bond earned his master’s degree in Educational Administration from Seattle Pacific University and his superintendent’s credential from Washington State University.
He and his wife, Carmen, are proud of their three children - all graduates of Kamiakin High School - and their three grandchildren.