Bucks County Herald

Pennridge selects next superintendent

The Pennridge Board of School Directors has named Dr. David Bolton as its finalist candidate for the position of superintendent of schools for the Pennridge School District.

The board intends to name Bolton to the position at the May 14 regularly scheduled public school board meeting, subject to the execution of a mutually-acceptable Contract of Employment.

Bolton currently serves as assistant superintendent for elementary education in the Central Bucks School District. Bolton has 29 years in education serving as a teacher and administrator. After graduating from Lebanon Valley College, he taught math in the Pennsbury School District for 12 years.

He received his master’s in educational leadership from Arcadia University and served 13 years as an assistant principal and principal in the Pennsbury and Central Bucks school districts.

Having received his doctorate in educational leadership from Widener University, he has spent the last four years as the assistant superintendent for elementary education in Central Bucks.

Bolton and his wife have four children and live in Doylestown.



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