Los Alamitos Unified School District welcomes Dr. Andrew Pulver as new Superintendent

After a lengthy process of gathering stakeholder input, a nation-wide search which included the review of over 30 applicants, and an interview process of the top applicants, the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education is honored to announce Dr. Andrew Pulver as the next Superintendent for Los Alamitos Unified School District.

Dr. Pulver has served our community for 20 years with grace and integrity in numerous roles as a leader. He began his career in Los Alamitos Unified as a teacher at McAuliffe Middle School, and has been the Assistant Principal at McAuliffe, the Principal at Lee Elementary, and the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources for our District. In each of these roles, he has demonstrated compassion, dedication, and a commitment to students, families, staff, and the community.

Dr. Pulver is an excellent collaborator and enjoys working with others. He is driven to constantly improve relationships and bring people together to improve the lives of students. He admires and respects the people with whom he works, is a life-long learner, and embraces challenges that improve the organization.

Dr. Pulver has been recognized as the District’s Principal of the Year and as the Personnel/Human Resources Administrator of the Year for the State of California. He also received the PTSA Honorary Service Award in 2008 and again in 2015.

Dr. Pulver looks forward to working with the Board of Education, parents, staff, and community on a shared vision of providing the very best possible educational experiences for all students.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Pulver as our new Superintendent, beginning April 19, 2019.

This article was released by the Los Alamitos Unified School District.