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SAU 100 Superintendent
Dr. Frank Perotti is very enthusiastic to be providing Superintendent Services to the Cornish School district / SAU 100. He had returned to the Plainfield School District, SAU 32, after spending the last 16 years working in Vermont as a middle school principal and as Superintendent of Schools in a number of districts. He has been recognized by peers for serving the children of Vermont as an innovative/progressive/pioneering educational leader and child advocate for the last 16 years. Most recently he has been responsible for the development of universal pre-k programs in the Rutland Windsor Supervisory Union and the Springfield School District. Dr. Perotti led the education transformation effort in Springfield, reorganizing the District’s schools, increasing test scores, and achieving increased graduation rates. Most recently he has worked as an Educational consultant for the Vermont Community Preschool Collaborative, The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children, Let’s Grow Kids and Building Bright Futures. Most important is that from 1995 to 1999, he was the Principal of the Plainfield Elementary School.
Prior to his work in New England, he was a teacher, school administrator and community advocate for many years in New York State. He also was a Program Specialist with the Northeast Regional Center for Drug Free Schools and Communities, United States Department of Education for three years. He has worked as an adjunct faculty member at UVM, Castleton State College and Antioch University New England.
Committed to using advocacy as an effective vehicle for change, he has been invited as a frequent witness before the Vermont Senate and House Education Committees, and was a member of an advisory committee to the Springfield Area Parent and Child Center. He has presented on the importance and the strategic development of early education pre-school programs in rural schools at the American Association for School Administrators National Association for six years, with a special focus on the Legislative and the Professional Development Committees.
Dr. Perotti received his Bachelors Degree from Cornell University, a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Nebraska/Omaha, an Advanced Masters Degree and Doctorate in Special Education and Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Frank Perotti is married and the father of five children, and resides in his family home on Stage Road in Plainfield with his wife, Maura and their two daughters Audrey and Grace.
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SAU 100 Business Manager
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Danielle Skinner, also known as Dee, is very excited to be working as the Administrative Assistant in the new Cornish SAU office. Prior to this year she was the Food Coordinator at Plainfield Elementary School, which she had started in April of 2012. Danielle loves working in the school system and enjoys interacting with the students. When not working she enjoys spending time with her husband, Jeremy, and their two daughters Lilly and Mallory. Their family passion is camping and they can always be found at camp during the spring and summer.
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