GREENWICH, Conn. — Michael Reid, who is currently a Greenwich Public Schools instructional coach, has been appointed assistant principal at North Street School in Greenwich.
Reid has been an educator in Greenwich since he began his career in 2006 as an elementary school teacher.
“In his role as instructional coach, Mike Reid has been an integral part of the growth, development and success of the North Street School staff as they have unpacked the new standards and implemented the new curricula," North Street School Principal Jill Flood said.
"Mike’s demonstrated ability to be a leader and interact collaboratively with others, along with his level of instructional expertise, his dedication and commitment, and his approach to problem solving and decision-making will serve the North Street Community well.”
Reid received a bachelor of arts in economics from Connecticut College in New London in 2002; a Master of Arts in teaching in elementary education from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield in 2006; and a sixth-year certification in differentiated learning from University of La Verne in La Verne, Calif., in 2009.
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