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VSCHSD Thanks Retiring Administrator Dr. Troisi

VSCHSD Thanks Retiring Administrator Dr. Troisi  thumbnail120079
The Valley Stream Central High School District extends its appreciation and gratitude to Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Thomas Troisi, who will retire at the end of June. Dr. Troisi has been an integral part of the district’s administration for 18 years, 14 of which were in his current role. 

Over the years, Dr. Troisi has worked with other administrators and teachers on programs that have ensured success. He has overseen academics, music, the arts, science research and the many other areas that result in student achievements each year. During his tenure, junior high school science research opportunities were introduced, and the senior high school research program was further developed. He spearheaded the introduction of several AP courses and the AP Capstone program. In the time that he has been in the district, the number of annual AP scholars has increased from 166 to more than 300. 

Before his current role, Dr. Troisi served as North High School principal for four years. He also teaches at several colleges and is a visiting scholar at New York University. He has published numerous articles on education and technology, including an upcoming one on which he collaborated with Director of Instruction and Technology Christian Bowen, who will transition to his role upon retirement. 

“We appreciate all the excellent contributions Dr. Troisi has made here in the Central High School District,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bill Heidenreich. “We expect that his work will be continued and built upon by Mr. Bowen and wish him a happy retirement.”  
Wednesday, August 05, 2020