The Moore County Board of Education Thursday named Robbins Elementary School Principal Kim Bullard as the district’s new Director of Exceptional Children’s Services.
The Moore County Schools’ Department of Exceptional Children’s Services is dedicated to meet the diverse needs of students with disabilities to prepare them for further education, future employment and independent living. The department provides a full range of supports and services to students with a broad spectrum of abilities and disabilities to promote cognitive, physical, social/emotional and vocational development.
Bullard has been principal of Robbins Elementary since 2014. Prior to that role she has held positions as assistant principal at Carthage and Sandhills Farm Life elementary schools, and as principal at Highfalls and West Pine elementary schools. She has been with Moore County Schools since 2007.
Bullard holds a bachelor of Science in Elementary Education K-6, a teaching license in Special Education, a Masters in School Administration and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership.