LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Aug. 21, 2007) - Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Michael J. Martirano, today announced several administrative appointments made by the Board of Education at its special meeting of August 20, 2007.
The Board appointed Ms. Patricia Koscinski to the position of assistant principal at George Washington Carver Elementary School. She joins the school system after most recently serving as an assistant administrator at Signal Hill Elementary School in the Prince William County Public School system in VA. Ms. Koscinski's experience also includes serving as a special education teacher, a budget analyst, and a speech and language pathologist. She earned her Master of Education degree in school administration and educational leadership from George Mason University and her Bachelor of Arts degree in communicative disorders from New Mexico State University.
Ms. Vernetta Myles was named assistant principal at Chopticon High School. Ms. Myles, who most recently served as an instructional leader with the Howard County Public School system, has also served as a high school social studies teacher in Howard County and with Norfolk Public Schools in VA. She earned her Master's degree in education from Regent University and her Bachelor's degree in history/social sciences from Norfolk State University, both located in VA.
Ms. Tammy Matich was named as a 12-month assistant principal at Chopticon High School where she most recently served as an 11-month assistant principal. Prior to being named as an 11-month assistant principal at Chopticon in 2001, Ms. Matich served as an English teacher at Leonardtown High School. She holds a Master of Education degree in instructional technologies from Towson University and a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education (French and English) from Lock Haven University.
These appointments become effective immediately.