A. Romano, Ed.D., currently serving as assistant principal of Malverne
High School, will take the helm as principal, effective July 1, 2013.
to the position at Malverne School District’s May 14 board of education
meeting, he will follow the retirement of current principal James
is a nine-year veteran of the Malverne School District, having served
in his current role for the last four years and serving as an assistant
principal at Howard T. Herber Middle School and as the districtwide
chairperson for social studies in years prior.
has also been an adjunct professor at St. John’s University and a
social studies teacher in the Elmont School District for a total of 14
years in education.
am excited to have the opportunity to lead an incredible team of
educators and professionals who genuinely love and care about the
children they serve,” Romano said. “Malverne has made significant
progress over the past several years, and I hope to continue to work
collaboratively with teachers, students, support staff, parents and the
entire school community to ensure that all of our children continue to
succeed academically, socially and emotionally.”
earned both his Bachelor of Arts in history and his Master of Science
in secondary education from SUNY Stony Brook and his doctorate in
administration and supervision from St. John’s University. He has served
as a presenter at national, state and local conferences and was named a
Phi Delta Kappa “Friend of Education” award winner by Molloy College in