William S. McKersie

Goldin Selected for Connecticut Teacher of the Year Program

Superintendent of Schools Dr. William S. McKersie has announced the selection of Greenwich High School Science, AVID and Innovation Lab teacher Dr. Sarah Goldin as the Greenwich Public Schools representative for the 2017 Connecticut Teacher of the Year program. Dr. Goldin will be recognized by the Board of Education at the June 14 meeting at New Lebanon School, 7 p.m. read more...

Durrell Named Hamilton Ave School Asst. Principal

Superintendent of Schools William S. McKersie announced the appointment of Trudi Durrell as the Hamilton Avenue School (HAS) Assistant Principal, effective immediately. Ms. Durrell has been serving in the role of interim assistant principal at the school since March. Ms. Durrell was selected after an extensive search and interview process yielding a strong pool of internal and external candidates. read more...

Greenwich Public Schools Presents Community Service Awards

On Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 5 to 6:30 p.m, Greenwich Public Schools (GPS) students will be presented with Community Service Awards for participation in service activities that help to improve both their school and community. A special ceremony is planned to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the awards program at Greenwich High School in the Performing Arts Center. For the first time, we will hear the student’s voices, sharing their experiences with community service in a video format. read more...

Superintendent appoints new Managing Director of Operations

Superintendent of Schools William S. McKersie announced the appointment of James F. Hricay as the Managing Director of Operations for the Greenwich Public Schools, effective no later than July 27. Mr. Hricay has been working in Public Administration for sixteen years and is currently the Director of the Office of Policy and Management for the City of Stamford. In this role, he is responsible for developing and managing the $250 million operating and $45 million capital budgets. His oversight as Director includes the city’s purchasing department, and analysis for collective bargaining, benefits administration, pension funding, capital debt insurance and bond rating calls. Mr. Hricay has also been involved in aspects of the City’s oversight of the Stamford Public Schools’ capital improvement plan, payroll and Kronos time and attendance system, computer technology support and the self-insurance health fund. Additionally, Mr. Hricay has served on the White Plains Board of Education for six years. read more...