Thanks for taking the time to view the Prospect Park School site and see some of the great things we do at the Interboro School District. This school year I join Prospect Park School with much excitement as its new principal.
I come to Prospect Park after 13 years with the Abington School District where I served as an Assistant Principal and Supervisor of Special Education as well as taught math and science to students in Learning Support and Emotional Support in grades seven, eight, and nine. Additionally, I have worked with children through my volunteering with the School District of Philadelphia, The Ronald McDonald House, and the Children’s International Summer Villages.
Personally I have a wonderful family with a beautiful wife Adele, twin boys Joey and Charlie, and our dog Scout. When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my family and working around the house. As for my schooling, I received a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from West Chester University, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Arcadia University, and I am currently pursuing a Doctoral degree from Arcadia University.
Throughout my career, I have made it my primary goal to provide a safe environment for our children to learn and grow. I believe in creating a learning environment that will invite every child to participate and feel comfortable as they dare to ask questions and take an active role in their education.
Being in the Interboro School District is my privilege, and I am delighted to get to know the students, staff, and families of Prospect Park School. Prospect Park has a tradition of dedicated parents and staff members and this level of commitment shows in the high levels of student success. Strong commitment, communication, and collaboration ensure our continued success as a learning community. I look forward to working with all of the members of our school community as we move along through this school year.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any concerns. I look forward to a great school year.
Thank you for being a part of the Prospect Park School family.
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