• Dana

  • Dana Lawrence began her educational career in the New York City Board of Education in 1986 as a third-grade classroom teacher. After spending six years in the classroom, she had the opportunity to participate in a special program sponsored by the NYC Board of Education, where she received her training and certification to become an assistant principal. Ms. Lawrence spent the next five years serving as an assistant principal at the elementary and secondary levels in New York City and Hempstead, NY. Ms. Lawrence accepted her first principal position in the Mount Vernon School District, where she spent two years at Nellie Thornton Elementary School. In 2001, Ms. Lawrence made the move to New Jersey to accept the position of principal of Lindenwold School #4. Over the last 20+ years, Ms. Lawrence has had the pleasure of collaborating with a diverse group of people to build a school community where everyone works to meet the needs of the whole child. She is proud of her accomplishments at School #4 and looks forward to continuing the work to support students’ educational achievements. Ms. Lawrence received her Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Stonybrook University. Her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Adelphi University and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from The City College of New York.

  • After obtaining his bachelor’s degree from The College of New Jersey in 1997, Rick Bulicki began his work as an educator as an instructional assistant in Audubon.  From there, he was offered an opportunity to teach at Overbrook Junior High (now Lindenwold Middle School) in 1998 and taught science there for three years before the dissolution of the LCCR School District.

    In 2001, Mr. Bulicki officially began working for the Lindenwold School District – as a middle school science teacher and computer/tech teacher.  After three years of teaching and after receiving a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Wilmington University, Mr. Bulicki moved into administration to assist the student body as
    the Supervisor of Basic Skills and Instruction. Through collaborative work with the administrative team, he worked hard to create a culture of respect, responsibility, and enthusiasm for nine years as a middle school administrator.

    Since 2013, Mr. Bulicki has been serving the Lindenwold school community as the Lindenwold School 4 Supervisor of Basic Skills.  As he enters his 25th year in education, he couldn’t be happier working with such a great staff and amazing students.

    Mr. Bulicki is married, has two kids, and two pit-bull rescues, Finnegan and Mack.