Greenwich Schools appoints English Language Arts Program Coordinator
Information via Greenwich Public Schools
GREENWICH, CT – Superintendent of Greenwich Public Schools, Dr. Toni Jones, announced this week that she has appointed Kimberly Paladino as the new K-8 English Language Arts Program Coordinator, from July 1.
Paladino will be responsible for the design, development and evaluation of the K-8 English Language Arts curriculum. In addition, she will facilitate and lead the school district’s teaching and learning system for all students, including the district’s core curriculum, common assessments, universal instructional practices, data teams, and professional development. .
“I am honored and excited to join the district academic team as the new K-8 English Language Arts Coordinator,” Paladino said in a press release. “I look forward to working collaboratively with administrators, teachers, parents, students, and the community to improve literacy education and support the success of all students.”
Jones said Paladino’s dedication and commitment to students throughout his educational career is inspiring.
“We are delighted that she is joining Greenwich Public School at the district level,” Jones said in a press release. “Not only is she a native and resident of Greenwich, but she is also a Greenwich relative whose heart clearly lies in our great city.”
Most recently, since August 2021, Paladino served as a Literacy Specialist at GPS’s New Lebanon School, where she planned, delivered, and tracked the progress of Levels 2 and 3 reading remedial interventions and collaborated with the administration, teachers and specialists on all subjects related to literacy. .
From 2017 to 2021, Paladino worked in Stamford Public Schools, first as an Individualized Education Program (IEP) Compliance Support Teacher, then as a Learning-Based Interventions Support Teacher. scientific research (SRBI).
She taught at Darien Public Schools for nearly nine years and started with New Canaan Public Schools in 2007.
Paladino holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Delaware and a master’s degree in teaching, with a concentration in reading, from Sacred Heart University. She holds certifications in Initial Intermediate Administrator and Supervisor (092), Vocational Remedial Reading and Language Arts (102), and Vocational Primary (013) and Special Education (165).