CASTRO VALLEY, CA — At the April 13th board meeting, the Castro Valley Unified College District Board of Education took motion to select David Luongo for the place of Director of Secondary Education. Mr. Luongo is replacing Mrs. Vivienne Paratore who is retiring following seven devoted many years.
Mr. Luongo has brought ahead a focus on anti-racist qualified growth and enhanced student participation on equity as Coordinator of the Equity Workforce at Tamalpais Union Substantial Faculty District. He also serves as principal at San Andreas Large School the place he has executed restorative tactics and counseling providers to improve pupil and family engagement. For the duration of his tenure at San Andreas he recognized a California Design Continuation Superior Faculty that distinguishes superb substitute secondary plans to present means to other choice schools. The assets incorporate solutions for at-possibility youth by the use of instructional strategies, scholar centered scheduling, and counseling companies. His sixteen a long time as a secondary administrator began in West Contra Costa Unified as an assistant principal and was promoted to principal at El Cerrito Large School. In the course of his tenure he labored with the school group on innovative investigated-primarily based programs of help for optimistic student outcomes.
Mr. Luongo attained a Master of Arts diploma in Instructional Management from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science degree in English from Boston University.
“Mr. Luongo will come to us with several decades of prosperous secondary knowledge. We welcome Mr. Luongo to CVUSD as our Director of Secondary Education and are pretty fired up about having him on our workforce.”- Superintendent Ahmadi