Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Accepts Superintendent Role in New York School District

Greenwood School District 52 Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Dr. Paul Spadaro has announced plans to move into a new role in a New York school district next school year. Dr. Spadaro recently accepted an offer to become the new Superintendent at Rondout Valley Central School District in Accord, New York.

Dr. Spadaro, who served as Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for the past 4 years, will continue in his role with the district until the end of the school year. 

“It has been an honor serving as Assistant Superintendent in Ninety Six for the last four years,” Dr. Spadaro stated. “Our team in Ninety Six has been absolutely amazing in making a difference in the lives of our students and improving our overall school system. I have had the privilege of collaborating with some of the best educators in our school district and I am confident that they will continue to maximize student achievement moving forward.”  

Dr. Spadaro’s career in education spans 21 years. He has worked as a principal in Aiken County, an assistant principal in Horry County, and a teacher in Marion County. Superintendent Dr. Beth Taylor expressed her deep gratitude for Dr. Spadaro’s dedication and years of service to the district.

“Dr. Spadaro has provided outstanding leadership in our school district the past four years,” Dr. Taylor said. “He has established a track record of success in public education and strived to help all of our students become college and career ready. Thanks to his efforts, Ninety Six has created a tradition of excellence in regards to academic achievement within our schools. On behalf of the Board of Trustees and Ninety Six T.E.A.M., I wish Dr. Spadaro and his family the very best.” 

District 52’s Assistant Superintendent of Instruction position will be posted on the district’s website and South Carolina Association of School Administrator’s website.