GREENWICH, Conn. — Kathleen Ramirez, who has served as interim assistant principal at North Street School since March, has been appointed as the new assistant principal at Glenville School in Greenwich.
The position at Glenville School became open after former assistant principal Janean Carley accepted a position with the Wilton Public Schools last December.
"Ms. Ramirez has worked closely with the Glenville teaching cadre for the past two years as an instructional coach and in that time has gained the respect of everyone here for the expertise she brings to our professional learning community," said Glenville School Principal Marc D’Amico.
"Her instructional knowledge is exemplary and her important contributions to our school's strategic focus have added significant value. I'm excited about our professional partnership flourishing as she is elevated to a new capacity of influence, which I am confident will translate into effective change for both students and teachers."
Before taking on the role of interim assistant principal at NSS, Ramirez served as an instructional coach for the school district since December 2014. She joined the Greenwich Public Schools in 2006, and served as a fourth grade teacher at both Julian Curtiss School and North Mianus School.
She received a Bachelor of Science in Russian from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. in 1987; a master’s degree in elementary education from the University of Bridgeport in 2006; a sixth year certificate from the University of La Verne in La Verne, Calif., in 2009; and administrator certification from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield in 2014.
She is the proud mother of Greenwich High School graduate Caitlin Ramirez, Class of 2016, and GHS student Alex Ramirez, Class of 2019.