“Teachers need to share,” he said. “They need to collaborate.”
‘MATTER OF TRUST’
In addition, Mazzella said, there must be teamwork, willingness to embrace challenges and trust within the school community.
“You don’t build trust with words; you build trust with action, and as the leader of Beekmantown Central School, that will be a large task, but it will happen with action,” he said.
“I will be a visible leader, I will be a listener, I will be a problem solver, and I will foster a community that works and continues together to maximize our talent.”
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Current Position: Deputy human-resource director and labor-relations specialist for Champlain Valley Educational Services. Education: Master of Science in education PreK-6, SUNY Plattsburgh. Certification: New York State School District Administrator, PreK-6 Elementary Education.
Former Positions: Assistant principal and head teacher, Hudson Falls Primary School, Fort Edward; tenured elementary teacher, Hudson Falls City School District; tenured elementary teacher, Ticonderoga City School District.
Current Position: Secondary School principal, Peru Central School District. Education: Master of Science in teaching in science education, SUNY Potsdam; Bachelor of Arts in physics, SUNY Potsdam. Certification: New York State School District Administrator, Physics/General Science Education 7-12.
Former Positions: High School principal, Peru Central School District; Middle School principal, Peru Central School District; physics teacher, Peru Central School District.