David Bulter to become CM Elementary School principal
The Caledonia-Mumford Central
School Board of Education recently appointed David Bulter to a
three-year term as elementary school principal, replacing James Wolinsky
who is retired at the end of April. Bulter will join the Red Raider
elementary school family on July 1, 2009.
Bulter comes from the Florence Brasser School at Gates
Chili Central School where heís been principal of the kindergarten
through fifth grade school of approximately 250 students since 2007. He
was an elementary school principal at Alexander Central School for four
years before that.
Bulter completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees in
education at the State University of New York at Brockport and taught at
taught at LeRoy Central School as a fourth grade teacher and later as
the kindergarten through sixth grade enrichment coordinator.
"David has an extensive and distinguished career at
the elementary school level in three different school districts. He has
demonstrated success in the classroom and working with other elementary
teachers," said Superintendent of Caledonia-Mumford Schools David
"I absolutely love elementary education; I think it
fits my personality," Bulter said. "Iíve been very
fortunate to have worked with tremendous teachers and administrators
throughout my career. Iím looking forward to bringing everything that
Iíve learned and apply it to my own community."
Bulter, his wife and son, live in the Caledonia community.
Familiarity with many parents and children in the area through sports
and other activities helped him feel comfortable at the elementary
school during his two visit days. He acknowledges and is supportive of
the tight connection that the school district enjoys with the
community. "Caledonia-Mumford is a perfect fit for me. Iím
really looking forward to it," he said.
David Bulter will
become Cal-Mum Elementary School principal on July 1, 2009. He
currently is an elementary principal at the Florence Brasser
School at Gates Chili Central School.