GREENWICH, Conn. — Jeffrey Libby, who has been an educator for 33 years, has been named assistant principal at Parkway School in Greenwich, effective July 1, 2017.
Libby, who has been with the Greenwich Public Schools for the last 20 years, "has extensive knowledge and experience as a teacher, coach and administrator," the district said.
As a special education program coordinator since 1999, Libby has spent many hours in classrooms across the district and "is adept at making the curriculum meaningful and accessible to all learners," the district said.
“I am thrilled by the appointment," said incoming Parkway Principal Mary-Teresa Grandville. "Mr. Libby has had a long and distinguished career as a special educator and administrator in the Greenwich Public Schools. His extensive experience, excellent interpersonal skills and knowledge of the Parkway School community will serve him well in his new role."
The search for a new Special Education Program Coordinator will begin immediately.
Jeffrey Libby began his career as a special education teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Mass., in 1984. He then worked as a special educator in Concord, N.H., San Francisco and New York City from 1988 to 1997 before coming to the Greenwich Public Schools as a special education teacher and coach.
Libby received a bachelor of science degree in multi-handicapped and elementary education from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green in 1983; a master's of education in multi-handicapped/deaf-blind education from Boston College in 1987; and an administration certification after attending administration programs at Teachers College at Columbia University and The College of New Rochelle.
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