DANBY — Carolyn Parillo, of Greenwich, New York, has been accepted into the Vermont School Leadership Project’s class of 2018. Parillo is principal at Currier Memorial School in Danby. She joins 24 other educators from across the state in a unique program that offers intensive professional development for superintendents, principals, curriculum and special education directors, as well as other education professionals who have proven leadership abilities. The program began in July and lasts 13 months.
Through theoretical discussions, experiential activities and personal reflection, associates will consider concepts related to education systems, organizational change and leadership. During their second year of the program, associates will apply and integrate new information at their schools.
Vermont School Leadership Project was founded in 1995, a program of the Snelling Center for Government.