GREENWICH, Conn. -- Scott G. Trungadi will take over as the new assistant principal at Central Middle School in Greenwich, effective July 1, Greenwich Superintendent of Schools Bill McKersie announced.
Trungadi is currently a sixth-grade technology integration specialist at Bennett Academy in the Manchester Public Schools.
“Scott Trungadi is an ideal match for Central Middle School. He has a strong ‘kids first’ perspective and understands well the academic and social-emotional profile of a middle school student. He brings a great deal of knowledge and experience in curriculum development and effective instructional strategies, including digital learning. I look forward to welcoming him to our administrative team and introducing him to the CMS community,” said Shelley Somers, CMS principal.
Administrative candidates are selected after a comprehensive search and appointment process, which includes widespread recruitment efforts, multiple interviews, and extensive reference and background checks.
Trungadi’s current work with the Manchester Public Schools began in 2013 as a fourth-grade teacher at the Keeney Street Elementary School. He then moved to the Bennett Academy in 2014.
In this position, he supervised the rollout of Chromebooks for classroom use.
From 2008 to 2012, Trungadi taught at the Easton Country Day School in Easton. He also has experience as a special education paraprofessional and a homebound tutor working in the Fairfield Public Schools 2007-08.
Trungadi received a bachelor of fine arts in design and technical theater from the University of Connecticut in 2005; a master of arts in elementary education from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield in 2007; and a sixth-year professional diploma from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven in 2014.
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