Marcie Julian, Blackham Elementary Principal PK - 8

 Marcie Julian has been at Blackham since 1994.  She joined the Blackham faculty as a Paraprofessional in a Special Education classroom, while going to school at night to earn her Master’s Degree in education.  Upon the completion of her Master’s Degree she enrolled in Sacred Heart University to complete leadership courses and go on to receive her 092 Degree which allows one to be an administrator.  

Her career always brought her back to Blackham, as a teacher, assistant principal and then fortunate to be principal.  Blackham has always been home to Ms. Julian.  She is lucky to have such a beautiful, understanding family that allows her to dedicate such time and effort to the Blackham Community.


E: mjulian@bridgeportedu.net               |   P: 203.576.7951  


Cathleen Anderson, Blackham Elementary Assistant Principal 5 - 8

Mrs. Anderson was born and raised in the great City of Bridgeport.  It is here, at Bridgeport’s Housatonic Community College where she received her Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education.  She continued her education at Southern Connecticut University earning a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education, a Bachelors of Science is Psychology, and a Master of Science in Special Education.   Afterwards, Mrs. Anderson began giving back to the City of Bridgeport. Cathleen Anderson began her educational career in 2001 for the Bridgeport Public School system.  She began by teaching 5th grade in Beardsley Elementary School.  She spent the next seven years teaching 5th and 6th grade in both Beardsley Elementary School and Blackham Elementary School.  In 2008 Mrs. Anderson began serving the children of Bridgeport as the Numeracy Coach of Blackham School.  As an Instructional coach, she dedicated herself to both students and faculty alike.  Mrs. Anderson served in this capacity for six full years as she pursued career goals, obtaining her Administrative Certification from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield in 2013.


In August, 2014, Mrs. Anderson once again broadened her impact on the children 

of Bridgeport.  She accepted an Assistant Principal position at Blackham Elementary School.  Mrs. Anderson continues to dedicate herself to the Bridgeport Public School District.  When questioned, Mrs. An

derson relates, “I feel truly blessed to work with colleagues that have become like family, in a school that f

eels like home.”  This year marks her third year as Assistant Principal, Blackham Elementary School, Grades 5-8.  Mrs. Anderson’s educational experiences have afforded her the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of individuals order to meet common goals:  improve student achievement and ensure the well-being of students in the Brid

geport Public School System.  Mrs. Anderson’s educational philosophy is based on her uncompromising belief:  All students can learn gi

ven a positive learning environment, strong and knowledgeable leadership, a committed and focused educational team, an encouraging commun

Mrs. Anderson also values her spare time.  She has a caring and supportive family.  She especially enjoys spending time with her wonderful daughter.  Here, Mrs. Anderson’s smile beams bright, “Seeing her reminds me how blessed I am each and every day.”ity, and a supportive family.  All of which the Bridgeport Public School District possesses.



E: canderson2@bridgeportedu.net | P: 203.576.7952 


Eric Sigman, Blackham Elementary Assistant Principal PK -  4

Eric Sigman joined the Blackham Elementary administrative team in September 2015.  Prior to being appointed as an Assistant Principal, Mr. Sigman was a Mathematics teacher at Fairchild Wheeler in Bridgeport and K-12 STEM Coordinator for the Clarkstown Central School District in New City, NY. Prior to being the K - 12 STEM Coordinator, Mr. Sigman proudly served the Bedford Central School District for over 10 years as an administrator, professional developer and math teacher.  His past experience includes teaching in New Rochelle High School in Westchester, N.Y. and many districts throughout Long Island, NY, where he grew up.

Eric holds an MA in Mathematics Education from Hofstra, MSeD in Educational Leadership from Manhattan College and a BA in Mathematics from SUNY Albany.  He also holds a Certificate in Instructional Technology from the New York Institute of Technology.  In his spare time, Eric enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife, Rebecca and  four delicious children.


E: ESigman@bridgeportedu.net   |   P: 203.576.7582 |   VM: 203.450.9714