Turnover in top financial positions at District 15

  • Palatine Township Elementary District 15's two veteran business office leaders will be heading out the door at month's end.

    Palatine Township Elementary District 15's two veteran business office leaders will be heading out the door at month's end.

 
 
Updated 6/12/2020 9:15 PM

To veteran business office leaders in Palatine Township Elementary District 15 will be heading out the door at month's end.

Michael Adamczyk is retiring after 10 years as District 15's chief school business official. Corey Bultemeier is exiting as director of fiscal services/assistant chief school business official for the top financial job at Wilmette Elementary District 39.

 

Adamczyk was among the retirees honored at this week's District 15 board meeting. He joined the district in 2010 after serving in similar business posts at two Detroit-area school districts.

"Your spot-on projections, Mike, your top-of-the-head knowledge about almost everything whenever somebody asks -- no problem," District 15 board President Lisa Szczupaj. "Mike will come in from the audience and he's got an answer. And all of the explanations will be remembered."

Bultemeier will become business manager/chief school business official at District 39 in Wilmette on July 1.

"Corey's experience, knowledge and professionalism stood out to our hiring team throughout the interview process," District 39 Superintendent Kari Cremascoli said in a statement.

Diana McCluskey, assistant superintendent for finance and operations and chief school business official at LaGrange Elementary District 102, was hired in May to replace Adamczyk. Joshua Schoot, director of financial services at Clarendon Hills Elementary District 181, will have the same title in replacing Bultemeier at District 15.

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