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Nulik named head principal at Newton High School

USD 373 announces the appointment of Chad Nulik as the new Newton High School head principal for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year. With a notable background in education and a commitment to student and staff development, Mr. Nulik brings experience and enthusiasm to his new role.

Mr. Nulik's journey in education spans over two decades, with his initial 18 years at Salina Central High School, where he taught theater and speech, served on the Building Leadership Team, and coached baseball.

Nulik then came to Newton and Chisholm Middle School in August 2020, where he has served as assistant principal since.

His dedication to education and leadership excellence was recognized statewide when he was named the Kansas Assistant Principal of the Year in fall 2023.

"It has always been one of my ambitions to run a high school and to help students develop into the last phase we have with them," Mr. Nulik says of his upcoming transition.

As he steps into his new role, Mr. Nulik brings with him a philosophy centered on collaboration. He emphasizes his commitment to being actively involved in the school community.

"Our goal is to help our students, but on top of that, if we work to make our teachers feel supported, then they in turn bring that onto the students,” Nulik said.

Nulik will begin his role over the summer, and hopes to have meet-and-greet opportunities for students and families to get to know him ahead of the upcoming year. Congratulations! #RailerPride