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District Welcomes Danielle Mattina

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The district welcomes Danielle Mattina, who was recently appointed as administrator for instruction, assessment and data.

Ms. Mattina, a Northport resident, previously worked as the interim assistant principal of Guggenheim and John Philip Sousa elementary schools, as well as district administrator for literacy in the Port Washington School District. She also served as a gifted and talented teacher and district coordinator for grades 4-6 in the New Hyde Park-Garden City Union Free School District, as a middle school teacher leader and instructional coach for the New York City Department of Education and program director for SCOPE Education Services’ after-school enrichment program for grades 1-6.

As administrator for instruction, assessment and data, Ms. Mattina will be responsible for working with teachers districtwide on Academic Intervention Services and Response to Intervention services. She will serve in a support role for current district curriculum initiatives, as the Universal Pre-Kindergarten grant and program supervisor and as a facilitator for professional development. The scope of Ms. Mattina’s role also includes district data coordinator, the writing of state and federal grants, coordination of district, state and commencement-level assessments and the facilitation of formative assessments in English language arts and mathematics.

Ms. Mattina holds a Bachelor of Science in elementary education from LIU Post, a master of science in literacy from Touro College and advanced certification in school building and district leadership from the College of Saint Rose.

Ms. Mattina said she is excited to be working in the Connetquot Central School District. “I am looking forward to getting to know the community and to enhancing the wonderful things happening here,” she said.