Contact Us
Lewisboro Daily Voice serves Lewisboro, NY

Menu

Lewisboro Daily Voice serves Lewisboro, NY
schools

Kat-Lewisboro Schools Add 13 New Staff Members

LEWISBORO, N.Y. – The Katonah-Lewisboro School District has added 13 new staff members for the 2011-12 school year, including teachers, counselors and occupational therapists.

The following is an overview of the new staff members:

Tracy Albanese: Albanese is a Spanish teacher at John Jay High School. She previously served as a Spanish teacher in the Somers Central School District. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from SUNY Geneseo and her Master of Science degree from the College of New Rochelle. Kathleen Anderson: Anderson joined Katonah-Lewisboro as a district-wide school psychologist and is working in all of the buildings. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Marist College and her Master of Science degree from the College of New Rochelle. Severino D’Amico: D’Amico is a technology teacher at John Jay High School. Prior to joining the district he worked as a technology education teacher at Westlake Middle School for over three decades. He holds a bachelor of arts from City College and a Master of Arts from Columbia University’s Teachers College. Lauri Griffin: Griffin is an occupational therapist assigned to the district’s elementary schools. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Holy Cross and her Master of Science degree from Columbia University. Kenneth Haskins: Haskins joined John Jay High School as a business education teacher. He has his certification in business and distributive education, as well as certification as a school building leader. He has taught for over 10 years and holds a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and a Master of Science in Learning Technology. Daniel Longhurst: Longhurst is a physics teacher at John Jay High School. He previously taught at Guilderland High School and has certification in physics and general science 7-12. he earn his Bachelor of Arts from SUNY Geneseo and his Master of Arts from Union College Evan Lucier: Lucier joined the district as a technology education teacher at John Jay Middle School. He received his Bachelor of Science in Technology Education from SUNY Oswego and his Master of Science in Technology Education from Ball State University. Janet Marcoccia : Marcoccia is a French teacher at John Jay High School. She is certified in English, French, and Spanish and has taught for over 19 years, most recently at Ardsley High School. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Leeds and a Master of Arts degree from Fordham University. KellyAnne Mitchell: Mitchell is a school counselor at John Jay Middle School. She previously worked in the same capacity at Horace Greeley High School and Archbishop Stepinac High School. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University and her Master of Education from Fordham University. Christine Scaglione : Scaglione is a school psychologist at Katonah Elementary School. She previously held the same title at Southern Westchester BOCES and in Yonkers Public Schools. She holds a Bachelor of Science from SUNY Brockport and a Master of Science from the College of St. Rose. Danielle Scalera: Scalera joined the district as an art teacher at John Jay Middle School. She earned both her Bachelor of Fine Arts and her master’s degree from Manhattanville College. Michele Werney: Werney is a reading teacher at Meadow Pond Elementary School. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Iona College and a Master of Arts degree from Manhattanville College. Janice Zygmunt : Zygmunt joins the district as an occupational therapist assigned to the elementary schools. She earned both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from the University of Scranton.

Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.

Are any of your kids being taught by any of the new teachers this year? What do they think? Join the discussion. Leave your comment below.

to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.

Welcome to

Lewisboro Daily Voice!

This is a one time message inviting you to keep in touch

Get important news about your town as it happens.