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Dear School 46 Families,
I am very honored and excited to be starting the 2019-20 school year as the principal of Charles Carroll School 46. I would like to introduce myself and provide a brief summary of my entry plan.
I began my career in the Rochester City School District in 1994 as a building-based substitute teacher at 12 School. I was hired as a fifth-grade teacher the following year. In 1996 I transferred to 52 School where I taught fifth and fourth grades. During my tenure at 52 School, I earned a master’s degree in elementary education and my National Board Certification. I also earned a master’s degree in educational administration. In 2004, I transferred to 45 School, where I spent one more year in the classroom teaching sixth grade before accepting a position as an elementary mathematics specialist in the same building. I was offered an assistant principal position at Monroe One BOCES in 2008, where I have spent the last eleven years supporting students with special needs. I recently completed my doctoral studies in executive leadership at the School of Education at Saint John Fisher College.
I am absolutely thrilled for the opportunity to serve the staff, students and families that make up the School 46 community. The main tenants of my entry plan include creating a culture of trust and collaboration, analyzing areas of strength and opportunities for growth, familiarizing myself with the curriculum and educational materials, and engaging in stakeholder outreach. I look forward with anticipation to the wonderful things that we will accomplish together this coming school year and beyond.
Dr. Gina DiTullio