Brooke Lynch is a new associate principal at Pulaski High School. She joins principal Jeremy Pach and associate principal Steve Linssen on the PHS leadership team. Lynch replaces Lindsey Mathys, who accepted a new position as Pulaski Community School District’s assistant director of Learning Services earlier this summer.
Lynch has worked for the PCSD for five years. She was a special education teacher at Hillcrest Elementary for three years before working as a district supportive diagnostician teacher the past two years.
"My goals are to gain experience, develop relationships with students and staff and deepen my connection to the community," she said.
Lynch is a Long Island, New York, native. She is a 2002 graduate of South Side High School in Rockville Centre, New York. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2006 and a master’s degree in childhood education in 2008 from Molloy College, Rockville Centre. She lives in Hobart with her daughter, Audrey.
“We are excited to welcome Brooke Lynch to Pulaski High School in the associate principal role,” Pach said. “I believe that Brooke will be a great fit at PHS because of her background in special education and from the experiences she had while working at the district office.”
Pach said Lynch is excited to get the year underway. “From the various meetings where Brooke and I have worked together, I can confidently say that parents and students will enjoy interacting with her.”