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Cherry Creek schools superintendent Harry Bull named Colorado superintendent of the year

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. -- Cherry Creek School District superintendent Harry Bull has been named the state’s top superintendent of the year by the Colorado Association of School Executives.

Bull has been with the district for more than 33 years, according to a news release from CASE. He has worked as a principal, assistant principal, director of high school education and assistant superintendent of human resources.

Bull will act as the state representative for the American Association of School Administrators national superintendent of the year program, the Associated Press reported.

AASA is scheduled to announce its annual pick for the top superintendent in the nation at a conference in New Orleans in the spring.