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New Math, Science, Technology Director Appointed - Gregory Gorman

January 11, 2012

Superintendent Daniel Teplesky with Gregory GormanThe Monticello Schools Board of Education recently appointed Gregory Gorman to the position of Director of Mathematics, Science and Technology at a salary of $99,500. He will begin in the district on January 19.

In his last position as mathematics chairperson for the Glen Cove Central School District, Mr. Gorman was instrumental in fortifying the grades 6-12 math and computer sciences departments. His instructional leadership and collaboration with teachers, parents and the community helped increase student achievement. In addition, Mr. Gorman served as the Director of International Mathematics at the American College of Sofia in Bulgaria where he worked with staff to align the curriculum with the International Baccalaureate program.

“I believe that students have a right to high quality instruction that challenges them to think analytically. That is one of the reasons why I am excited to join the Monticello School District,” said Mr. Gorman. “I also look forward to immersing myself in the local community.”

Mr. Gorman received his certificate in Educational Administration from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and his graduate and undergrad degrees in social studies and political science from SUNY Albany. He is certified by NY State as an administrator, social studies teacher and math teacher.

Mr. Gorman is originally from Ellenville and plans to relocate to the Monticello area from Long Island. He has a 5-month-old son, Andrew.

Photo: Superintendent of Schools Daniel A. Teplesky, right, welcomes his newest administrative team member, Gregory Gorman, to Monticello Schools.