New Rochelle — The City School District of New Rochelle has appointed Gregg Sloane, a 23-year veteran of the district, as the district’s new director of guidance and counseling. He takes over for Michael Kenny, who retired over the summer.
Sloane, started in the district in 1993 as a counselor at New Rochelle High School and served there until 1998. He moved to Albert Leonard Middle School in the same capacity and continued there until he was selected for the new assignment.
“I’m excited about this new opportunity to continue seeing students at New Rochelle reach their highest potential,” said Sloane. “I look forward to strengthening my relationship with New Rochelle families and communities at large.”
Sloane received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and a master’s in counseling psychology from Springfield College in Massachusetts. He also received a professional diploma in school administration from The College of New Rochelle.
In his new position, Sloane will collaborate with and supervise 22 counselors who help students with personal development and academic planning.
About the City School District of New Rochelle
With nearly 11,000 students in 10 schools, the City School District of New Rochelle, through an active partnership amongst community, parents, staff and students, provides a high-quality and challenging education for every child, in a safe, nurturing environment that embraces rich diversity and drives success.
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