Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Beverly Rudolph Named CHCCS Principal of the Year

Culbreth Middle School Principal Beverly Rudolph was named the 2016-2017 Principal of the Year by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.  The announcement was made today by Interim Superintendent Jim Causby during a school assembly.

Rudolph was selected for the honor by her peers for the numerous accomplishments she has made during her tenure at Culbreth.  She will go on to represent CHCCS at the state level.

"Beverly Rudolph is one of the many exemplary principals we have here at Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools," said Interim Superintendent Jim Causby.  "She is the most significant person in the lives of the students at Culbreth as they continue their educational journeys.  You can tell how important each and every student's education is to her, as well as the morale of her staff.  Mrs. Rudolph was selected by all the other CHCCS principals as being the best of the best and you can't get a better recommendation than that."

Rudolph has served as the principal of Culbreth since 2011.  Previously, she was an assistant principal at East Chapel Hill High.  Rudolph joined the district in 2006 as an administrative intern at East Chapel Hill High before becoming an assistant principal in 2007.  Prior to joining CHCCS, she was a middle school English/Language Arts teacher for Tarrboro City Schools, Buncombe County Schools and Cabarrus County Schools.

Rudolph holds a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Asheville and a master's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Interim Superintendent Jim Causby and CHCCS Principal of the Year Beverly Rudolph 

Left to Right: Interim Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services, Rydell Harrison;
Culbreth Assistant Principal Rob Frescoln; Culbreth Principal Beverly Rudolph;
Assistant Superintendent for Support Services Todd LoFrese; Interim Superintendent Jim Causby
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