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New Superintendent Appointed by Connetquot Central School

District

At a recent Connetquot Central School District Board of Education (BOE) meeting, Interim
Superintendent Dr. Ronald Smith announced Mrs. Lynda Adams at the new superintendent for
this district, effective July 1
st
, 2014. Adams has had over 20 years of experience in teaching and
administrative positions and is currently Deputy Superintendent for the Center Moriches School
District. The BOE believes that under the supervision of Adams, the school district will be able
to excel in academic achievements and become one of the best districts on Long Island.

In addition, the BOE recognized various teachers for outstanding performing achievements and
awarding of Tenure at the meeting. Connetquot High School Science teacher Stephanie Burns
was recognized for being named New York State Master Teacher, a program designed to
encourage educators to mentor their peers and to continue expanding their own scholar and
professional development. Burns is one out of only 42 Long Island teachers of Science,
Technology, and Mathematics who were named to the program. Nine Connetquot School District
teachers were also recommended for Tenure.

Photo 1: Mrs. Lynda Adams was presented by Interim Superintendent Dr. Ronald Smith as the
new superintendent for the Connetquot Central School District at a Board of Education meeting.

Photo 2 (L-R): Connetquot Central School Districts Board of Education presented 9
Connetquot Central School District teachers recommendations of Tenure, showing Mark
Dellecave, Andrea Tipton, Rachel Carter-White, Kari Trojanowski, Interim Assistant
Superintendent Sandra Rubin, Pamela Leigh, Leslie Cassagne, Lauren Lalverson, Lauren
Isleman and Mark Sidman.

Photo 3: Connetquot Central School Districts Interim Assistant Superintendent Sandra Rubin
honors Stephanie Burns for being named as a New York Master Teacher, which is a program
designed to encourage educators to mentor their peers and to continue expanding their own
scholar and professional development. Burns is one out of only 42 Long Island teachers of
Science, Technology, and Mathematics who were named to the program.

Photo 4: Connetquot Central School Districts PTA President Eileen Pancio and Corresponding
Secretary Terri McNamee honored the Connetquot Central School Districts Board of Education
for their dedication to the students of the Connetquot Central School District. Showing PTA
Corresponding Secretary Terri McNamee, Ted Imbasciani, Michael D. Kealey, BOE President
Lee Kennedy, PTA President Eileen Panico, and BOE Vice President Leo R. Marinick.

(Photo credit: Joseph Maniaci)