Huntington UFSD has a new district director of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The Huntington School Board has appointed veteran educator Teresa Grossane to serve in the post effective January 4.
Dr. Teresa Grossane has been named Huntington UFSD's new director of STEM
Dr. Grossane obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics education at St. John’s University in 1986 and a Master of Science degree in computer technology at Long Island University-CW Post College in 1989. She earned a Doctor of Education degree in educational administration at St. John’s in 2018.
“I am excited and honored to become a member of the Huntington family,” Dr. Grossane said. “I look forward to working with the learning community to continue the tradition of excellence.”
At the time of her appointment in Huntington, Dr. Grossane was serving as chairperson of mathematics, 9-12 in East Meadow. She previously worked as director of secondary curriculum and instruction, coordinator of mathematics and science, K-12 and chairperson of math and science 7-12 in Eastport-South Manor; principal of West Hempstead Middle School; middle school and elementary school assistant principal and director of mathematics in Westbury; director of mathematics, K-12 in Deer Park; supervisor of mathematics, 6-12 in Wantagh; assistant principal of Merrick Avenue Middle School; math teacher at Mepham High School, Lawrence High School, Elmont High School and Holy Trinity High School; permanent sub math teacher at Grand Avenue Middle School and John F. Kennedy High School.
Dr. Grossane maintains memberships in the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, LI Council of Administrative Women in Education and the New York State Association of Mathematics Supervisors