Andrew Pulver selected as New Los Al Schools Superintendent

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Andrew Pulver, long-time Principal at lee Elementary and assistant superintendent with district office, will take over as new LAUSD Superintendent on July 1, 2019.

courtesy of the Los Alamitos Unified School District

Los Alamitos Unified School District is pleased to announce that Dr. Andrew Pulver has been selected as the new Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Director of Classified Personnel.  He will assume his new role effective July 1, 2011.

Dr. Pulver has worked in education for over 16 and has been with the Los Alamitos Unified School District for the past 12 years. He taught math and science at both the elementary and secondary levels, was a middle school assistant principal, and served as the Principal of Lee Elementary School for the last five years.

In addition, Dr. Pulver is a member of the management’s negotiation team, coordinated the Outdoor Science School program, participated on the District’s health benefits committee, and was selected as Administrator of the Year in 2009. Dr. Pulver received his Bachelor of Arts and teaching credential from Loyola Marymount University, his Master of Arts Degree in Educational Leadership from Alliant International University, and a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern California.

“The people in this District are the hallmark of Los Alamitos Unified, and I look forward to working collaboratively with employees, parents, and the community as we serve the diverse needs of our students and families,” said Andrew Pulver.

Superintendent Dr. Sherry Kropp said, “Andrew’s experience and expertise are a perfect match for this position, and the Board of Education and I are confident that his contributions will enhance the District’s culture of excellence and commitment to serve all members of the school community.”

 

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