Bob Fulton is the Superintendent of the Cape Henlopen School District.
Mr. Fulton received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Wilmington University and his Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Prior to becoming the Superintendent of the Cape Henlopen School District in 2012, he served as a Cape Henlopen district leader in several capacities over a ten-year period including: Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction, Director of Accountability, and Assistant Superintendent. He has also served as an Assistant Principal and Principal at Woodbridge Elementary School and a Principal at Richard Shields Elementary School in Lewes.
Bob began his education career in the Cape Henlopen School District in 1990, teaching special education at Savannah Road Elementary School, followed by six years of teaching at Milton Middle School. During his thirty-one-year education career, Mr. Fulton has held various leadership roles including President of the Delaware Elementary School Principals’ Association and currently serves as the President of Delaware’s Chief School Officer’s Association.
Bob is the proud parent of three Cape Henlopen High School and University of Delaware graduates.
Past AASA Delaware Superintendent of the Year Winners:
2022 Delaware Superintendent of the Year: Dr. Dan Shelton
2021 Delaware Superintendent of the Year: Kevin Fitzgerald
2020 Delaware Superintendent of the Year: Heath Chasanov
About the Award:
The Superintendent of the Year program, sponsored by First Student and AASA, pays tribute to the talent and vision of the men and women who lead the nation’s public schools.
State-level winners are selected on the following criteria:
- Leadership for Learning
- Community Involvement