The Victor Central School District will see it’s leader step down in July, ending a 10 year stint as superintendent.
Dawn Santiago-Marullo has been superintendent since 2009. She served as a teacher, and served in a number of other administrative roles prior to becoming superintendent.
She taught Spanish, as well, for 18 years.
“It has been the honor of a lifetime to be part of this educational organization,” she wrote in a letter to district employees. “I’ve been extremely blessed in my career, having the personal and professional joy of both teaching and leading in our district.”
Victor is one of the few local school districts whose enrollment has been increasing over the last decade, and Santiago-Marullo as superintendent oversaw three capital projects to accommodate its growing needs.
Santiago-Marullo will retire on July 17, 2019.