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Superintendent Announces Interim Assistant Headmaster Appointment
Superintendent Announces Interim Assistant Headmaster Appointment

Greenwich Public Schools Interim Superintendent Ralph Mayo has announced the appointment of Dana Tulotta as Greenwich High School's (GHS) Interim Assistant Headmaster, effective immediately. Currently, Folsom House Administrator, Ms. Tulotta has been with Greenwich High School since 2000. She noted, "The Greenwich High School community has been my second family since I started as an educator nineteen school years ago. I am both honored and excited to continue to be part of the GHS leadership team in a new capacity."

Interim GHS Headmaster Mr. Richard Piotrzkowski said "Dana Tulotta has been an extremely valuable member of the GHS Leadership team for the last eight years. She has demonstrated great leadership skills as the House Administrator of Folsom House and the program leader of the mathematics program. I have complete confidence in her ability to use these leadership skills to lead GHS in her new role as Interim Assistant Headmaster."

The position of Assistant Headmaster was open due to the appointment of Richard Piotrzkowski to Interim Headmaster following Dr. Chris Winters' resignation in July.

The search to fill the position of Interim Folsom House Administrator will begin immediately.

Bio Brief: Dana Tulotta

An educator for eighteen years, Ms. Tulotta began her career as a math teacher with the Greenwich Public Schools at Greenwich High School (GHS). In 2010, she became the Program Administrator for Mathematics at GHS and the following year added Folsom House Administrator to her responsibilities. She has been an active member of the GHS community, participating and/or co-leading the mentoring, strategic planning, administrative restructuring, academic support, and school data team committees. She was also a student government co-advisor for seven years, a freshman cheerleading coach, and a NAMES Day facilitator. She received a Greenwich Distinguished Teachers Award in 2007 in recognition of excellence in teaching.

Ms. Tulotta received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT in 2000; a Master of Science degree in Special Education from the College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY in 2003; and a Sixth Year degree in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut, Stamford, CT in 2008.

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