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Havre schools superintendent dies

Havre High School (MTN News archive photo, March 2018)
Posted at 3:09 PM, Oct 24, 2022
and last updated 2022-10-24 17:31:58-04

Craig Mueller, the Havre schools superintendent, died on Saturday.

Havre Public Schools are not in session on Monday, and classes will resume on Tuesday.

The school district said in a news release:

We are grateful for Mr. Mueller’s leadership and passion for the education of students at Havre Public Schools for the past decade. We ask that you keep his family, and everyone who loved him in your thoughts and prayers, while also respecting their privacy during this incredibly difficult time. The Board of Trustees and administrative team will be working to ensure the School District continues operations to provide instruction and services to students. Counselors and grief assistance will be available to students and staff. Further announcements will be forthcoming when additional information is available.

Mueller was 50 years old.

According to the Havre Daily News, Hill County Undersheriff Stan Martin said at this point the only thing they know about the cause of death is that it was due to a medical issue.