The Pulaski Community School District (PCSD) Board of Education has named Tony Klaubauf the district’s interim superintendent.
“PCSD is a high-performing district where many great things are happening by and for students. This district is strongly supported by the community, and I’m excited at the opportunity to be a part of it. I look forward to working with staff, students and the community and continuing the many successful initiatives underway at the district,” Mr. Klaubauf said.
Mr. Klaubauf’s career in education spans more than 35 years. In 2018, he retired as District Administrator (Superintendent) for the Denmark School District, a position he had held since 2004. Prior to Denmark, he had served as District Administrator for Mishicot School District for 6 years, where he had previously been Elementary Principal. He began his career as an Elementary Teacher in 1981. Mr. Klaubauf earned his District Administrator’s License from UW-Milwaukee, his Principal’s License from Marion College, and a Master’s Degree from UW-Oshkosh. He lives in Denmark with his wife, Janet, and their two sons.
“We are pleased to have someone as experienced and respected as Tony serve as Interim Superintendent. We are confident that his proven capabilities will keep the district moving forward as we renew our search for a superintendent later this year,” said Board President Michael Voelker.
The Board is finalizing details of an interim contract with Mr. Klaubauf, with a term expected to run from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.