Stamford, CT - The Stamford Public Schools (SPS) 2014-2015 Annual Report to the Community is now available on the SPS website and in many mailboxes across the city. Each year the district looks back at what has been accomplished over the previous year and reports out on the progress, successes, and challenges. In addition to being posted on the SPS district website, the report is also being distributed with the summer edition of Stamford Plus magazine.
In an ongoing effort to personalize the district, the report once again features outstanding administrators, teachers, students, and alumni.
The 2014-2015 Annual Report to the Community features four SPS administrators, Julia A. Stark Elementary School Principal Edith Presley, Westhill High School Principal Camille Figluizzi, Turn of River Middle School Assistant Principal Robert Biko, and Hart Magnet Elementary School Assistant Principal MaryAnn Mara, all of whom have a deep history in the district. Academy of Information Technology & Engineering teachers, who were also 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year Finalists, Nicholas DeAntonis, Sean Peterson, and Dr. Samah Chadli, are also profiled.
This year’s featured students are Troy Duncan and Namrata Ramakrishna from Stamford High School; Nicole Smina and Silvana Cardona from Westhill High School; and Charles Collins and Tanusri Balla from the Academy of Information Technology and Engineering.
Stamford Public Schools has produced many successful alumni over the years. The following four are highlighted in this report: U. S. Senator Joseph Lieberman; Sklyer Ross, student at Yale University and 2016 Marshall Scholarship Awardee; James “Jimmy” King, artist and trumpeter for Bruno Mars; and Matthew Quinones, Chief Executive Officer, Stamford Public Education Foundation.
SPS alumnus John Martin donated his time and photographic talent in the creation of the report for the second year.
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