GREENWICH, Conn. – Lori A. Elliott, who has relocated from Arizona, is the Greenwich School District’s new Humanities Program Coordinator, effective Sept. 11.
In Arizona, Elliott held the position of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Coordinator and eSchool Evaluator for the Deer Valley Unified School District in Phoenix.
Certified in both English language arts and English as a second language, she has had extensive experience particularly at the secondary level, as a teacher, coach and administrator.
“She will bring a new perspective based on her extensive work with schools and teachers on closing the achievement gap and developing learner centered opportunities and goals," said Assistant Superintendent Irene Parisi. "She has been lauded for her incredible drive and her ability to collaboratively develop solutions and focus on the individual child. We are excited by the energy Lori will bring to the program coordinator team.”
The Humanities Program Coordinator is responsible for the development of curriculum, instructional practices and professional learning for the English language arts, reading and social studies programs.
From 2006 to 2013, Elliott worked for the Richardson Independent School District in Dallas, first as a reading teacher and interventionist for Parkhill Junior High School, and later as a Literacy Coach for the District.
She became the Secondary English Language Arts and Reading Coordinator for the Garland Independent School District in Garland, Texas, in 2013. After two years in this role, she moved to Region 10 Education Service center as the Coach and Literacy Consultant for Write for Texas.
In 2016, she took the position in Phoenix.
Elliott received a bachelor of arts degree in English from University of Texas at Arlington; a master of education degree in English as a second language and English language arts and reading from Southern Methodist University in Dallas; and anticipates a doctor of education degree in curriculum and instruction from Texas A&M University in 2018.
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