Greenwich Public School superintendent appoints Abigail Anders assistant principal at North Mianus School

The Superintendent of Greenwich Public Schools, Dr Toni Jones, today announced the appointment of Ms Abigail Anders as Vice Principal of North Mianus School, effective July 1.

Ms. Anders replaces Ms. Kathleen Ramirez, who will be the principal of the school, also from July 1. Ms. Anders will support the entire North Mianus community, assisting in the development and achievement of school goals and objectives, while advocating on behalf of all students.

“Ms. Anders has been a wonderful GPS teacher for nearly a decade and has a reputation as a caring and hardworking educator who is respected by everyone around her,” Dr. Jones said. Over the years, she has gained the experience necessary to be an asset to the North Mianus administrative team through her work with the Special Education Advisory Council, IEP training, the ESY program, and much more. .”

Ms. Anders has worked at GPS since 2013 as a third and fifth grade teacher at Dundee International School and fifth grade teacher at Greenwich Remote Learning School, while starting as a permanent substitute at Glenville School. For the past two summers, she has served as Elementary Site Supervisor for Summer School in Glenville and New Lebanon.

“I am thrilled to have Ms. Anders join the vibrant learning community at North Mianus,” said new Principal Ramirez. “I look forward to partnering with her as we work with students, staff and families to leverage our school’s collective efforts to help all of our students reach their full potential.”

“I am honored to join the North Mianus community and support our educators, students and their families,” said Ms. Anders. “I look forward to meeting each of them to share my enthusiasm for serving our young learners. In partnership with Ms. Ramirez, we will continue to foster enriching experiences inside and outside the classroom. Together, we can accomplish a common vision for the success of our students.

Ms. Anders holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a minor in political science, from the University of Connecticut, a master’s degree in teaching from Sacred Heart University, a sixth-grade certificate in management and inclusive education from the University of La Verne and an intermediate degree Sacré-Coeur Administrator Certification.

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