Telesca Named Superintendent For Windsor Locks School District
David Telesca, assistant superintendent of Plainville Community Schools, has been named superintendent of schools for the Windsor Locks, Connecticut school district.
Telesca has served as assistant superintendent for the Plainville school district since 2007. Prior to serving as assistant superintendent in Plainville, he was a math and science teacher at the Institute of Living in Hartford and Portland Middle School. In addition, Telesca served as assistant principal at Hamden Middle School and was an adjunct instructor in the educational leadership program at Southern Connecticut State University. He also served as principal of Shepaug Valley Middle School in Washington, Connecticut, and principal of DePaolo Middle School in Southington before joining the Plainville school system in January, 2007.
Telesca holds a bachelor of science degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and received teacher certification through the Connecticut Alternate Route to Certification program. In addition, he holds a master of science degree from the University of Connecticut and a sixth-year certificate from Southern Connecticut State News Release University. He earned the superintendent certification from the University of Connecticut’s Executive Leadership Program.
"Working with Dr. Binkowski and our administrative team has been a tremendous learning experience, and it has been a great pleasure to work with such a talented faculty and staff. Plainville is fortunate to have a staff and Board of Education so dedicated to meeting the needs of children," stated Telesca.
"David has been a pleasure to work with and has added a tremendous amount of value to our school district. I wish him the very best in Windsor Locks," commented Dr. Kathleen Binkowski, superintendent of schools.
-Posted on June 1, 2010 at 12:08 PM
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