Crook County Schools will be looking for a new superintendent next year. The current Superintendent, Ivan Hernandez plans to retire at the end of the school year. “Well I chatted with my bride, and I also have to include my 97 year old mother, I want to give her some of my time that she has left. All those factors, given also that retirement systems are changing, we thought it best to activate our retirement.” Herandez has been the Superintendent of Crook County schools for two years. He and his wife of 46 years plan to retire to Fern Ridge outside of Eugene.