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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

New Assistant Director Enjoying First Few Weeks

Posted by Mike Rubano in General  |  Post a comment

Dr. Tina Mannarino, Assistant Director of Young Children and Families is getting settled with LEARN after officially being with the company for 2 weeks. She was appointed to the position on November 19th and started on November 30th. She takes on a role which has recently been moved into the Student Support Services division at LEARN.

Mannarino has experience that helps in her new role, including serving as the Supervisor of Early Childhood Education for New Haven Public Schools since 2003. She provided daily oversight for over 3,000 students ages birth-5 years.

“LEARN is an outstanding and exciting place,” said Mannarino. “You can feel the spirit of innovation and collaboration.”

Although Mannarino has only been here for 2 weeks, she is already hard at work. She plans on meeting all of LEARN’s partner districts to establish a positive relationship for future work.

“As soon as you walk in the door you can feel friendliness and warmth,” Mannarino said of the atmosphere at LEARN.

Mannarino believes she has a dedicated department in Young Children and Families.

“I am confident we have the people in this department to do great work.”  

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