Superintendent Harry Bull
Cherry Creek Schools Superintendent Harry Bull will step down at the end of this schoolyear after more than three decades working the district in various capacities. He announced his intentions Jan. 8 at a meeting of the Board of Education, saying he planned to spend more time with his children and address health concerns.
Dr. Bull was appointed superintendent in 2013 after serving in roles as teacher, dean, principal and administrator. In 2017, he was named both Superintendent of the Year by the Colorado Association of School Executives and Man of the Year by The Villager.
The board is expected to move quickly to decide on a process for selecting Bull’s replacement.
“I’ve been blessed to serve as the superintendent of the Cherry Creek School District, an organization that’s taught me the true meaning of excellence. To say my departure will be bittersweet is a vast understatement,” Bull told the board.
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