New Rye Neck High School Principal Appointed

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The Rye Neck Schools Board of Education is pleased to announce the appointment of Tina Yu Wilson as principal of Rye Neck High School. With 18 years of experience in public education, Wilson joins Rye Neck from the Hendrick Hudson Central School District where she has served as assistant principal for three years. 

"I am pleased to have Wilson join us as principal,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Barbara Ferraro said. “She is an experienced and highly effective administrator who understands the importance of creating and maintaining a school culture of inquiry, building positive relationships with students, providing opportunities for professional collaboration and professional growth for teachers, and engaging all stakeholders through clear communication and accountability to help improve student outcomes. Her leadership will quickly prove to be an asset to Rye Neck High School.”

During her tenure at Hendrick Hudson High School, Wilson served as supervising administrator for the mathematics and science departments, co-facilitated the school’s implementation of the Teaching is the Core initiative through BOCES, and served as district delegate for Project Lead the Way programs in biomedical sciences, engineering and computer science. Prior to that role, she worked for the New York City Department of Education for eight years as assistant principal whose responsibilities included management of school budget and operations to improve and support student learning. Wilson previously worked as a science and math teacher in a middle school and two NYC high schools for eight years. 

Wilson earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from Long Island University. She also holds a School Building Leader certification from Touro College and is currently working toward her doctoral degree in education from Manhattanville College. 

She will step into the position on July 1, 2017.