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Dr. Nik Bergman
Executive Assistant
Velma Flores
509.787.4571 ext. 3102

About the Superintendent

Dr. Nik Bergman was appointed Quincy School District Superintendent on February 1, 2022. Before his appointment, he served as the Assistant Superintendent at Quincy School District for five and half years. During his educational tenure with the Quincy School District,  Dr. Bergman taught Multilingual Learners and History at Quincy High School and later became Dean of Students at Quincy Jr. High. He also served as Principal at George Elementary before transitioning to Pioneer Elementary.  

Bergman grew up in Davenport, WA, and has lived his entire life in Eastern Washington. He worked on various wheat farms throughout high school and college, driving tractors, wheat trucks, and combines. Nik's experience working in agriculture taught him the value of hard work, patience, humility, and the critical role agriculture plays in our daily lives. Bergman then went on to receive his bachelor's from Eastern Washington University, his master's from Washington State University, and a doctorate from Gonzaga University.  

For almost 20 years, the Quincy Valley has been home to Nik and his family. Nik’s wife Anne works as a Pediatric physical therapist, and they have four children currently attending Quincy Schools. When he is not serving and supporting Quincy School District staff, students, and families, you can find him snow skiing, wake surfing, hunting, or fishing with his family.  

As the new Quincy School District Superintendent, Bergman is committed to: 

  • Ensuring student and staff physical and social and emotional safety as the District continues to operate in the middle of a global pandemic.  

  • Continuing the collaborative work to develop our new Strategic Plan, which is rooted in student, family, staff, and community voice. Our goal is to complete the new Strategic Plan by the end of the school year, while regularly updating the community on our progress and collective vision for our students' success.  

  • Working with staff, students, and families to improve academic outcomes for all students, particularly students in the multilingual program and students who qualify for special education. 

If you would like to connect with Dr. Nik Bergman, contact the Quincy School District Office at 509-787-4571 or email You can also follow him on Twitter @nikberman.  

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