FRAMINGHAM – One of Framingham elementary school’s vice principals is a finalist for a principal position in the Sudbury Public Schools.
“It is with mixed emotions that I write to inform you that I am a finalist for a principal position in the Sudbury Public Schools. While I love the work that I do at Charlotte Dunning with your children and the Dunning staff, I am excited by the prospect of my first principalship, as I feel I am ready for this important step in my career,” wrote Amy Mulkerin to parents yesterday.
Mulkerin is spending today in Sudbury tomorrow as the second phase of the interview process.
She was hired by former Superintendent Stacy Scott in June 2015 a Dunning Elementary vice principal.
It was a homecoming for Mulkerin, who started as an elementary teacher in the Framingham Public Schools.
After completing five years at Stapleton Elementary School, she moved to New York and was an elementary teacher for eight year in the Union Endicott Central District. Then she worked two years as a special education team evaluation coordinator for grades 2-7 in Grafton.
Mulkerin holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Cortland in Elementary Education, a Master’s Degree from Simmons College in Special Education, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies Degree from the State University of New York at Binghamton in Educational Leadership.
Milkerin replaced Schecter, who was vice principal, and was promoted to principal for the 2015-16 school year.