Tuolumne County Superintendent of SchoolsMs. Marguerite D. Bulkin
Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools
Marguerite D. Bulkin
Marguerite Diliberto Bulkin was elected to Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools on June 5, 2014, and sworn into office on January 5, 2015.
Ms. Bulkin is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego. She received her teaching credential and Master’s Degree from San Diego State University and an Administrative Credential and Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from National University. Ms. Bulkin was a teacher, program coordinator, assistant principal, principal, and executive director of instruction with the San Dieguito Union High School District. She served as superintendent of the Sonora School District and shared superintendent of the Curtis Creek School District, and deputy superintendent at the Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office.
Currently, she is a member and past president of the Tuolumne Charter Association of California School Administrators (TCACSA), Commissioner and Chair for First Five Tuolumne County, Columbia College Foundation Board Member, Board Member of the California Fiscal Crisis Management Team Board of Directors, YES Partnership Executive Board Member, Mother Lode Workforce Investment Board Member, Sonora Branch Member of the American Association of University Women, Chair of the Tuolumne Joint Powers Authority, Community Health Needs Assessment Task Force Member and Vice President of the Civic Advisory Board of Sonora Regional Medical Center.
Ms. Bulkin and her husband Gary Bulkin live in Twain Harte, and have four grown children and five grandchildren.
TCSOS Administrative CabinetThe Administrative Cabinet at TCSOS represents the work of CCSESA's Steering Committees
The Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office is a member of the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) which provides the organizational mechanism for the 58 County Superintendents of Schools to design and implement statewide programs to identify and promote quality cost-effective educational practices and services, and provide support to school districts in the areas of student services, curriculum and instructional services, fiscal accountability and business services, and technology and telecommunications.
Executive Administrative Analyst
Associate Superintendent, Educational Services
Assistant Superintendent, Business Services
Executive Director, Human Resources
Division Director, Network & Security
Division Director, Innovation
Executive Director, SELPA
The Business and Administration Steering Committee’s (BASC) mission is to improve business support to local school districts and county offices of education. Business support services are designed to enhance local classroom education by providing leadership to local educational agencies in developing and implementing sound business and management practices to strengthen financial accountability, program operations and administrative support services.
Through the recognized regional structure of the County Offices of Education (COE), the Curriculum and Instruction Steering Committee (CISC) initiates and promotes collaborative leadership with school districts, the California Department of Education (CDE), State Board of Education (SBE), Governor’s Office, and other partners to ensure high quality programs, practices, and services that support sustainable and improved success for all students.
PASSCo’s mission is to promote purposeful, effective, and efficient personnel and employee relations practices for California’s 58 County Offices of Education in support of superintendents, school districts, students, staff, parents, and communities, and to provide a linkage between the California Department of Education (CDE), Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), California Department of Justice (DOJ), County Offices of Education, and local school districts.
SELPAs facilitate high quality educational programs and services for special needs students and training for parents and educators. The SELPA collaborates with county agencies and school districts to develop and maintain healthy and enriching environments in which special needs students and families can live and succeed.
The Technology and Telecommunications Steering Committee (TTSC) exists to develop, maintain, coordinate and support advanced, cost-effective technology delivery systems, services, curricula and other educational resources by providing statewide leadership, planning, coordination and evaluation in order to equip California’s students with the literacy needed to compete in tomorrow’s economy.
Charting the Pathway to College and/or Career.
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