AUBURN — A longtime Auburn Enlarged City School District educator is taking on an administrative position.
The district’s board of education approved a resolution for Amy Mahunik, Seward Elementary School principal, to become Auburn’s assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction at its meeting Wednesday night. Mahunik, whose 21 years with the district have included being a principal, teacher and coach, was approved for a term that started Thursday and ends Aug. 11, 2024, according to an addendum to the agenda.
The curriculum and instruction role previously belonged to Sarah Cupelli, who joined the district in that capacity in January 2020 before she was approved to become Auburn’s assistant superintendent of personnel at a board meeting on July 20. Cupelli took over for Jeff Evener, who was previously the assistant superintendent for personnel and operations. He resigned earlier that month to become the assistant superintendent for curriculum in the Homer Central School District.