Welcome New Administrators
Welcome New Administrators
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Gregory Sloan, CA for School Counseling Services

Greg Sloan is entering his 17th year as a counselor and administrator in the area of school counseling. He joins Jericho from Cold Spring Harbor High School, where he held the title of Assistant Principal for School Counseling. Greg is a strong advocate for comprehensive school counseling programs that address students' academic, career, and personal developmental needs. He has significant experience supporting students with a multitude of interests, including those seeking admission into elite universities; those choosing career options; and those seeking alternative graduation pathways. Greg believes school counselors are critical to helping each student achieve personal excellence.

Shannon Murray, Interim CA for PPS K-5

Shannon Murray received a Bachelor’s Degree from Dowling College in Elementary and Special Education and then began her teaching career in West Islip in 2003. She received a Master’s Degree from Dowling College in Literacy Instruction and a Degree of Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership from CW Post. Over the past 15 years, Shannon has taught various special education programs and provided ABA services. She immersed herself in ongoing professional development to augment her skills as a special education provider and leader. Shannon is excited to start her career in Jericho and has already hit the ground running.

Chad Gleason, Middle School Assistant Principal

Chad Gleason is excited to be joining the Middle School as assistant principal. He began his career in education 12 years ago teaching ENL and social studies as a New York City Teaching Fellow in Washington Heights. He also taught and served in a variety of leadership roles at School of the Future in NYC. The last four years he was an assistant principal at White Plains Middle School. Having grown up just down the road in Glen Cove, Chad is happy to be back home on Long Island.