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Connetquot Central School District welcomes Alise Pulliam

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The Connetquot Central School District welcomes Alise Pulliam as director for learning, innovation and instructional technology. Ms. Pulliam, a Manorville resident, now oversees the district’s instructional technology program and will manage Chromebook integration districtwide.

“My goal is to continue to make technology accessible to students,” Ms. Pulliam said. “I also want to help teachers marry tried and true teaching strategies with cutting edge technology.”

Ms. Pulliam is a familiar face in the district. Since 2016, she has served as district mentor, where she has organized, in conjunction with District Integration Specialist Victoria Pappas, planned and facilitated ample professional development sessions while in remote learning. She co-chaired the 2020 Technology Reopening Committee with Network and Systems Coordinator CJ Rung to guarantee a smooth opening with regard to technology integration. As district mentor, Ms. Pulliam consulted with teachers daily on the topic of technology integration. She also shared her vast knowledge of technology at professional conferences, including the Long Island Technology Summit, the ASSET Conference and the Albany State Education Department Conference.

Prior to becoming district mentor, Ms. Pulliam served the district as interim director of English language arts and, for 14 years, taught high school English. Additionally, Ms. Pulliam served as assistant principal at Eastern Suffolk BOCES’ Regional Summer School in Central Islip, as well as an English teacher and substitute principal of BOCES Alternative High School at Connetquot High School.

The district congratulates Ms. Pulliam on her appointment and wishes her success in her new position.