GREENWICH, Conn. -- Viviana Conner is the new world languages coordinator for the Greenwich Public Schools, Superintendent William McKersie announced.
Conner is leaving the post of principal at Hallen School in Bridgeport. She is bilingual and has been a Spanish teacher as well as a school administrator.
“Ms. Conner combines a thorough knowledge of world language education with enthusiasm, passion and administrative experience," McKersie said in a statement. "She has facilitated professional development opportunities in world languages and can guide the department in aligning its curriculum with the common core standards and new teaching approaches. I also am pleased that Ms. Conner brings rich experience teaching a diverse set of students.”
Conner said in a statement, “As an educator and administrator, my main goal is to ensure that all students are provided with appropriate and challenging instruction in order to afford them a meaningful and successful experience every day of the school year."
As a principal in the Bridgeport Public Schools, Conner implemented and monitored schoolwide data teams using data-driven decision making. She developed and implemented school-based professional development, and ensured all bilingual and special education needs were being met for the school’s students.
Conner received her bachelor's degree from Central Connecticut State University, a master’s degree from Southern Connecticut State University and a sixth-year degree from Southern Connecticut State University in education leadership.
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