64.9 F
Rye
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Home Schools Rye Schools Peeps: Districtwide Newbies

Rye Schools Peeps: Districtwide Newbies

We've got new peeps (faculty, administrators and staff) at Rye Schools across the district.

Rye Schools New Peeps

Today, we feature the new peeps in district-wide positions. On Monday, come back to meet the new peeps at Rye High:

04200 Rosemarie Bracciodieta

Rosemarie Bracciodieta
Elementary School Guidance Counselor

Ms. Bracciodieta comes to Rye to fill a newly-created role – that of Elementary School Guidance Counselor. Prior to coming to Rye, she was a school counselor at the Bushwick Ascend Lower School in Brooklyn, at Columbus Elementary School in Thornwood, NY, and at Pelham Memorial High School. She has a B.A. in Sociology with a Minor in Psychology from Manhattanville College and an M.S. Ed in School Counseling from Long Island University Hudson.

04193 Julie Heller

Julie Heller
Director of K-12 Literacy

Ms. Heller comes to Rye to fill the new position of Director of K-12 Literacy. She worked for the last seven years as the English Department Coordinator for the Westport Public Schools, and served in similar roles at the Bethlehem Central and Schenectady City School Districts. Ms. Heller has eight years of experience as a high school English teacher. She holds a B.A. in English from Cameron University in Oklahoma, an M.A.T. in English from Union College, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Bennington College.

04213 Amy Osooli

Amy Osooli
Supervisor of Elementary Special Education

Ms. Osooli comes to Rye to fill a newly created position – that of Supervisor of Elementary Special Education. She comes from the Brewster Central School District, where she served as Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel Services for the past three years. Previously, she was the Supervisor of Special Education for the Pelham Gardens Middle School X566. She has eight years of teaching experience in both special education and general education in the New York City public schools. She has a B.S. in Education and Psychology from Hofstra University, an M.A. in Special Education from Queens College, CUNY, and a Graduate Degree in Administration and Supervision from Hunter College, CUNY.

04199 Jennine Spennacchio

Jennine Spennacchio
Speech Pathologist, Midland School and Rye Middle School

Ms. Spennacchio comes to Rye from the Peekskill City School District, where she worked as a speech-language pathologist, and the Isa Marrs Speech Language Pathology Clinic in Briarcliff. Previously, she was a speech and language therapist for students grades K-9 at Children’s Academy in New York City. She has a B.S. in Education and an M.S. in Education Communication Sciences and Disorders from the College of Saint Rose in Albany.

04167 Erin Vredenburgh

Dr. Erin Vredenburgh
Director of Pupil Personnel Services and Special Education

Dr. Vredenburgh comes to Rye from the Dobbs Ferry School District where she served as the Director of Special Education for the past seven years. Previously, she served as Special Education Coordinator and as a secondary special education math teacher in the Hyde Park Central School District. Dr. Vredenburgh has a B.A. in Mathematics and an M.A. in Secondary Special Education, both from Mount St. Mary’s College. Her Education Doctorate is from St. John’s University.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

We've got new peeps (faculty, administrators and staff) at Rye Schools across the district.

Rye Schools New Peeps

Today, we feature the new peeps in district-wide positions. On Monday, come back to meet the new peeps at Rye High:

04200 Rosemarie Bracciodieta

Rosemarie Bracciodieta
Elementary School Guidance Counselor

Ms. Bracciodieta comes to Rye to fill a newly-created role – that of Elementary School Guidance Counselor. Prior to coming to Rye, she was a school counselor at the Bushwick Ascend Lower School in Brooklyn, at Columbus Elementary School in Thornwood, NY, and at Pelham Memorial High School. She has a B.A. in Sociology with a Minor in Psychology from Manhattanville College and an M.S. Ed in School Counseling from Long Island University Hudson.

04193 Julie Heller

Julie Heller
Director of K-12 Literacy

Ms. Heller comes to Rye to fill the new position of Director of K-12 Literacy. She worked for the last seven years as the English Department Coordinator for the Westport Public Schools, and served in similar roles at the Bethlehem Central and Schenectady City School Districts. Ms. Heller has eight years of experience as a high school English teacher. She holds a B.A. in English from Cameron University in Oklahoma, an M.A.T. in English from Union College, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Bennington College.

04213 Amy Osooli

Amy Osooli
Supervisor of Elementary Special Education

Ms. Osooli comes to Rye to fill a newly created position – that of Supervisor of Elementary Special Education. She comes from the Brewster Central School District, where she served as Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel Services for the past three years. Previously, she was the Supervisor of Special Education for the Pelham Gardens Middle School X566. She has eight years of teaching experience in both special education and general education in the New York City public schools. She has a B.S. in Education and Psychology from Hofstra University, an M.A. in Special Education from Queens College, CUNY, and a Graduate Degree in Administration and Supervision from Hunter College, CUNY.

04199 Jennine Spennacchio

Jennine Spennacchio
Speech Pathologist, Midland School and Rye Middle School

Ms. Spennacchio comes to Rye from the Peekskill City School District, where she worked as a speech-language pathologist, and the Isa Marrs Speech Language Pathology Clinic in Briarcliff. Previously, she was a speech and language therapist for students grades K-9 at Children’s Academy in New York City. She has a B.S. in Education and an M.S. in Education Communication Sciences and Disorders from the College of Saint Rose in Albany.

04167 Erin Vredenburgh

Dr. Erin Vredenburgh
Director of Pupil Personnel Services and Special Education

Dr. Vredenburgh comes to Rye from the Dobbs Ferry School District where she served as the Director of Special Education for the past seven years. Previously, she served as Special Education Coordinator and as a secondary special education math teacher in the Hyde Park Central School District. Dr. Vredenburgh has a B.A. in Mathematics and an M.A. in Secondary Special Education, both from Mount St. Mary’s College. Her Education Doctorate is from St. John’s University.